Documentation: Application monitoring

Monitoring IBM Streams Analytics with Prometheus and Grafana

Introduction As a Streams developer or admin, you might need a way to efficiently store and visualize current and historical Streams metrics.  For example, you...

READ: Developer Playground for Real-time Visual Analytics

Learn how to use the READ toolkit to rapidly create real-time visualizations of data produced by Streams applications.

Configuring and previewing job submissions using Streamtool commands

This article describes a typical scenario that illustrates the new submit time job configuration capabilities in Streams 4.2. It shows how a user can perform...

Configuring job submissions using Streams Console

Learn about the new submission-time job configuration capabilities introduced in Streams Console V4.2.

Application Dashboards

This article provides an introduction to Streams Console "Application Dashboards". Learn about dashboard filters, visualizations and queries.

Getting started with application dashboards

In this tutorial, we will take a look at the Streams Console 4.1 features which enable you to build highly configurable dashboards geared towards your...

A Brief Guide to Streams 4.0 JMX Interface

In Streams 4.0, a new management interface was introduced that uses the Java Management Bean tools. This is a brief guide to the JMX APIs.

Streams Console: detecting operator memory leaks

The Streams console has new features that make it easier to detect memory leaks in your operators. In this example, I have introduced a memory...

Streams Console — Overview

The Streams Console is a next-generation web application which allows you to easily monitor and manage your Streams Domain.

Example: Using the Streams REST APIs to Chart Streaming Data

Download and use a sample program to view streaming data in motion using a REST API.

Visualize running application state using custom operator metrics

Learn how to create custom operator metrics and custom color schemes for Streams Studio.