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    [Blog] Monitoring WebLogic J2EE on VMware with VMware vCenter Operations (vCOps)

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      Monitoring WebLogic J2EE on VMware with VMware vCenter Operations

       

      The Blue Medora vC Ops Management Pack for Oracle OEM was updated in early May (2014) to include enhanced support for Oracle WebLogic J2EE integration. All of the Oracle EM target types for WebLogic related components including WebLogic Server, J2EE Application Deployments, Oracle HTTP Server, as well as WebLogic Cluster are now available to be ingested into VMware vC Ops Enterprise Edition.

       

       

      With the data available within these new vC Ops 'Resource Kinds', you have the ability to create WebLogic on VMware relationship views, WebLogic on VMware mashup dashboards, as well as leverage vC Ops anomaly detection and predictive analytics on your WebLogic J2EE landscape. Below are a number of example dashboards that were easily created using the WebLogic data available within the Management Pack.

       

      The first dashboard, the WebLogic on VMware Relationship View -- helps you visualize your WebLogic environment running on VMware all the way down to the VMware VM, ESX, and even Datastore level.   This can useful for diagnosing critical J2EE applications running within the vSphere environment -- allowing you to quickly discern whether a problem exists in the Oracle WebLogic layer or one of the VMware virtualization layers.

      vC Ops Management Pack for Oracle EM - WebLogic on VMware Relationship View

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