SL Corporation Launches RTView Oracle Coherence Monitor 6.0 with Advanced Analytics and Alerting
May 14, 2013
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SL Corporation announced the availability of RTView Oracle Coherence Monitor (OCM) version 6.0. This latest release includes intuitive visual analytics enabling operations and support teams to easily identify and alert on a broad range of cluster fault conditions and abnormal behavior.

Advanced analytics further reduces a team’s dependence on hard-to-find Coherence experts, and minimizes time-consuming analysis of log files to validate cluster health and troubleshoot production issues.

RTView OCM's seamless integration with SL’s RTView Enterprise Monitor (EM) provides, in a single console, a comprehensive view of the health state, activity and configuration of all components of Coherence-centric applications and platforms. With RTView EM, users can better understand the impact of external systems on their Coherence environment.

“The ability of RTView EM, in combination with OCM 6.0, to stitch together health, activity, load balancing and configuration information from Coherence grid servers, WebLogic clients and underlying infrastructure gives support teams a clear end-to-end view of their most business-critical Coherence applications," said Tom Lubinski, President and CEO of SL Corporation.

RTView OCM 6.0 includes new visual displays showing extend client and client request load balancing across an entire cluster over time. These innovative graphics make it easy to pinpoint hot spots, threading issues and capacity issues that can affect application response times. Similar displays paint clear time-based pictures of important cluster-wide processes such as rolling restarts, cache warm-ups and Coherence writes to a database.

OCM 6.0 also allows users to proactively alert on a broader range of conditions including Coherence cluster configuration, activity, performance, resource usage, load balancing for proxy connections, database persistence failures, and other situations that might require attention. Its sophisticated alert management system is flexible, yet easy to setup, and provides node, cluster and cache alerts with indexed thresholds for targeted notifications and better operational responses.

With the optional RTView Enterprise Monitor platform, users can now have a single console for all Coherence clusters, including a single alert management console. This new full-featured console allows users to filter alerts by cluster, by environment, by alert type and more, so they can quickly spot event patterns over time. For convenience, users can drill down directly from alerts to the underlying monitoring data to allow for rapid troubleshooting.

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