As we approach the end of the year, we are taking a look back at some of the perennially useful developer articles from years past. They might be oldies but they are still gold. This article was first published on the Cúram on DeveloperWorks site in Feb 2015.
Cúram JMX statistics are vital for understanding the performance of your IBM Cúram Social Program Management applications.
With this article, Andrew Foley, Feargal Conneely, and William Walsh, from the Cúram System Verification Test and Performance Engineering team, provide the Cúram JMX Report Generator tool. By default, Cúram JMX statistics are processed for viewing in a browser with an XSL stylesheet. This tool provides a more robust way to view Cúram JMX statistics, in particular for greater volumes of data or numbers of servers.
The Cúram JMX Report Generator tool uses using data tables and JSP technology to further process the data in one or more JMXStats.xml files. It provides a summary of the most important performance indicators, data comparison of up to five files (for example, across multiple servers or between different environments), filters, and sorting to allow easy manipulation of the data.
Read the article The Cúram JMX Report Generator Guide.