Documentation: Monitoring Streams

Streams Console 4.2 – ZooKeeper Health and Metrics

The Streams 4.2 console includes increased monitoring capabilities for ZooKeeper ensembles. The console now displays information about the ZooKeeper ensemble in the domain and allows...

Example: Calling the Streams REST APIs from a script using CORS

With Streams 4.1, cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) support was added to the REST APIs providing a new, easier way for direct access from trusted scripts....

Why a “Lite” console?

The console for the 4.1 release of Streams has some great enhancements: instead of just the management dashboard, a new application dashboard was added, as...

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 Performance and ZooKeeper Transaction Log

Pointing ZooKeeper's transaction log location to a disk with fast storage can dramatically increase your Streams performance from an administrative perspective . The effect on...

Streams Console — Overview

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

Streams 4.0 — Using flip cards in console

In this article I will describe how to use the flip cards in the Streams V4  domain console. The console has monitoring views for domain,...

Streams 4.0 — Managing Instances in the Domain Console

The redesign of the administrator console for the Streams 4.0 release allows streams users to quickly determine problems areas in the domain. They can act rapidly...