TIBCO Middleware Monitoring
For organizations that rely heavily on middleware, the ability to successfully detect, correlate and resolve issues related to their TIBCO infrastructure can greatly reduce costs associated with degradations. Optimizing and effectively provisioning the environment can further reduce costs. Most importantly, such capabilities can help to ensure the highest level of performance of the applications and business services that depend on TIBCO middleware in order to protect revenue opportunities, end-user productivity and customer satisfaction.
SL’s RTView for TIBCO products provide comprehensive monitoring solutions for critical mid-tier TIBCO applications including TIBCO Enterprise Message Service, ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks, and Rendezvous. RTView also extends the monitoring capabilities of TIBCO Hawk, and enables monitoring of any TIBCO technology that leverages Hawk or JMX including TIBCO BusinessEvents and ActiveMatrix.
RTView for TIBCO customers use the technology to solve a broad array of issues including:
- Monitoring memory utilization on EMS servers in order to quickly pinpoint latency and bottlenecks
- Setting alerts for queues when their pending message count surpasses a threshold, and purging messages from the same application
- Extending TIBCO Hawk Monitor with pre-configured monitoring displays or customizable views, and powerful drill downs to detailed information
- Incorporating advanced analytics and functions to provide meaningful displays and trusted alerts
- Integrating alert notifications with system management tools such as HP OpenView or IBM Tivoli
- Consolidating monitoring from several applications and tools into a single monitoring application
- Persisting messages and message content to any relational database via the RTView Historian
- Optimizing BusinessWorks services based on historical usage
- Accurately provisioning and forecasting capacity
- Tracking orders, exceptions, and retries in EMS queues in order to determine, for example, how quickly orders are flowing through queues, or how many orders are in the retry queue
- Determining how much memory is required to run a BusinessWorks engine, without overprovisioning