SL Introduces APACHE Kafka Monitoring with RTView 3.8
October 04, 2017
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SL RTView 3.8 is making a splash with the launch of new Apache Kafka and TIBCO Adapter monitoring solution packages.

In addition to new monitoring targets, Kafka and TIBCO Adapters, the RTView 3.8 release expands functionality and support for TIBCO BusinessWorks, TIBCO ActiveSpaces, and TIBCO EMS.

“Demand for Kafka monitoring within our customer base has exceeded expectations and we are excited to help our middleware-centric customers take advantage of new architectures,” says Ted Wilson, COO at SL. “As RTView customers transition their technology footprints to include new technologies such as Kafka, it’s critical they stay focused on the performance of their middleware infrastructure.”

Apache Kafka Monitoring

RTView’s Solution Package for Apache Kafka provides a complete Kafka monitoring solution with pre-built dashboards for monitoring Kafka brokers, producers, consumers, topics and Kafka Zookeepers. With over 30 pre-defined alerts and over 15 pre-built monitoring dashboards, users can deploy quickly without the time, skill and expense necessary to build their own dashboards from scratch using open-source tools.

TIBCO Adapter Monitoring

TIBCO Adapters are the critical link between TIBCO processes and the target system, so it is important to ensure that this link is running quickly and smoothly. The RTView Solution Package for TIBCO Adapters gives you visibility into the performance of this critical layer.

TIBCO BusinessWorks Monitoring

RTView’s Solution Package for TIBCO BusinessWorks monitors TIBCO BusinessWorks in real-time – sending you alerts even before critical thresholds are crossed – so that you can find growing problems BEFORE they become severity level events. RTView 3.8 builds upon ten years of experience monitoring TIBCO BusinessWorks by adding new alerts for BW and BW6.

TIBCO ActiveSpaces Monitoring

The RTView Solution Package for TIBCO ActiveSpaces provides the visibility necessary to monitor such highly distributed environments as found in TIBCO ActiveSpaces deployments.

RTView 3.8 expands functionality to visualize the load on space member processes, such as CPU and memory, to better understand available capacity.

TIBCO EMS Monitoring

TIBCO Enterprise Message Service (EMS) serves as the backbone for some of the largest mission-critical systems in production today, largely due to its performance, scalability and reliability advantages over other messaging solutions. The RTView Solution Package for TIBCO EMS proactively monitors the software itself, as well as its supporting infrastructure to ensure optimal load-balancing, routing, fault-tolerance, and message flow/throughput.

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