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Posted over 14 years ago by John Mazzitelli
News Item edited by John Mazzitelli For small environments, you can take the agent distributions as-is, install them and individually set up each agent by answering the ... [More] setup questions at startup. This can be tedious the more machines you have. It would be nice if you could bundle your own "golden distro", push them out to all your machines and with no additional configuration or manual setup required, have the agents "just work". This is now possible, read how... View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by John Mazzitelli
News Item added by John Mazzitelli A new feature has been added to trunk, a feature so interesting that it deserves its own blog. I am sure most security-conscious ... [More] administrators configure their IT infrastructure in a very specific way and they do not want anyone going onto any machine and re-configuring the machine or any of its software components willy-nilly. In fact, if something is reconfigured outside of a business' normal change-control processes, I would think administrators would want to be notified about it. Read how RHQ can help provide a solution... View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
News Item added by Heiko W. Rupp I am very pleased to announce that Red Hat has published my plugin development series as white paper. This document got real formatting ... [More] from the Red Hat creative team - and it is looking just great. Read more... View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
News Item added by Heiko W. Rupp Mazz has recently written code that the agent can use to auto-upgrade itself. This feature is also good for an initial agent install. Read more View Online | Add Comment
Posted over 14 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
News Item edited by Heiko W. Rupp Jean Deruelle of Mobicents reports that "Mobicents got a shiny new administration console" which is based on Jopr and RHQ. Jean is ... [More] happy how easy it was to develop the console with the work from RHQ. You can read more on his blog. The console itself is described here. View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
News Item added by Heiko W. Rupp Yesterday I've been talking about RHQ at the Swiss Java Users Group in Z├╝rich. This was a good session with around 50 people. Read more... View Online | Add Comment
Posted over 14 years ago by John Mazzitelli
News Item edited by John Mazzitelli My previous post explains how you can use the Hibernate plugin to manage your Hibernate applications with Jopr. In reality, the ... [More] Hibernate plugin is just a customized JMX plugin because, after all, everything you do in relation to monitoring Hibernate is through its Hibernate Statistics MBean. So this begs the question, what if my own application has its own custom JMX MBeans? Can I use Jopr to manage and monitor those as well? Find the answer here... View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by John Mazzitelli
News Item added by John Mazzitelli A new feature has recently been added to RHQ/Jopr that allows you to monitor Hibernate running in any standalone J2SE virtual machine. ... [More] This blog talks about how you can use the Jopr Hibernate plugin to do this. View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by John Mazzitelli
News Item added by John Mazzitelli Now that we have introduced HA capabilities to RHQ, we expect to be able to support at least a few hundred agents within an RHQ ecosystem ... [More] (if not more). But this poses a new challenge for us and our customers - how do we keep all of those agents up-to-date? Read more... View Online | Add Comment [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
News Item edited by Heiko W. Rupp Ruth Suehle posted an Interview in Red Hat Magazine with our Chris Morgan on Jopr, Embedded Jopr, that build on RHQ. You can find the ... [More] whole Interview here. View Online | Add Comment [Less]