Monitoring JIRA via PRTG

Hi JIRA Team,

We're currently using PRTG Network Monitor and looking for recommendations from the JIRA Team in regards to services/processes to monitor via SNMP/WMI.

Just to confirm that we are looking at everything on the system.

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We are having the same questions , as we having Jira and Confluence for our daily business.

I have stumbeld across that addon to Jira

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/net.bull.javamelody#versions

Its a start ....

The Mib for Java can be donwloaded here ...

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/jre/api/management/JVM-MANAGEMENT-MIB.mib

( You import those via the latest MIB Importer Alpha

http://www.paessler.com/tools/mibimporter )

Im looking for a working solution too, but dont know how to enable those mibs on Jira/Confluence.

We are using Jira/Confluence via Windows Server and MySql.

Maybe someone else can add some help here to.

Regards

Markus

Same here.

I guess you could try to monitor the windows services through the standard PRTG WMI services sensor, and you might try to get JIRA Details (as new tickets) through the JIRA REST API.
Those are the ways I'll try to implement next weeks. 

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