Application Monitoring

Our corporate policy disallows use of any plugins that we didn't purchase for monitoring of our Atlassian Applications (Crowd, Jira, FE/CR). Are there any native processes that we should be monitoring at the application level?

We are already monitoring CPU, Memory, Disk at the Infrastructure level.

Thanks!

Kaitlin

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Hi Kaitlin,

What I would also recommend is that you use a dedicated Java monitoring application, such as VisualVM or Java Melody, as this will allow you to monitor the activity at the JVM level because this is very useful for diagnosing problems that occur in the application. I did a quick search and found this page, which contains plenty of useful links, so hopefully it will be useful for you: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/training/kp/j-kp-diagnostics/

All the best,
John

If you choose to use javamelody, watch out for numerous round-robin-database files it creates for every HTTP session.

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