Applications Manager now supports all major JVMs on the market
Real-time IT management company ManageEngine’s performance monitoring software package Applications Manager 10.2 has extended its single-pane-of-glass monitoring support to both Oracle JRockit and IBM Java Virtual Machine (JVM) environments.
With support for JRockit and IBM JVM, Applications Manager now supports all major JVMs on the market. By supporting JRockit and IBM JVMs, ManageEngine is ensuring its customers can monitor the whole stack.
Applications Manager already supports IBM WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere MQ, and now it also supports Oracle WebLogic Server, and Oracle JRockit server is a high-performance combination.
With the performance metrics provided by Applications Manager, IT teams can track JVM performance, garbage collection time, heap memory and other key performance indicators, and monitor the threads of an application in production.
In addition, Applications Manager also provides hundreds of out-of-the-box reports that facilitate capacity planning, performance management and trend analysis across the enterprise applications infrastructure.
ManageEngine Product Management director Gibu Mathew said the Java platform is widely deployed across the enterprise, and Applications Manager can provide insight across the entire IT infrastructure in real time so administrators can take a proactive approach to monitoring.
"Support for JRockit and IBM JVM monitoring in Applications Manager helps optimize application behavior by tracking Java garbage collection, abnormal memory or CPU consumption, thread deadlocks, and more. Now, IT teams can easily track how their Java runtime environment is performing and ensure high uptime of their business-critical applications," said Mathew.