Instana WebLogic Monitoring includes the ability to monitor individual WebLogic instances, clusters of Oracle WebLogic Sever, and the application(s) running on WebLogic App Servers. Instana automatically discovers every WebLogic Server instance and deploys monitoring agents for the WebLogic instance and the applications running on the WebLogic platform; measuring both performance and health information.
WebLogic Performance Monitoring
WebLogic Performance and Health Monitoring
Instana WebLogic Monitoring begins with platform configuration information and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) – used to determine the overall platform instance health. All dependencies between distributed application components are discovered and mapped; and transactions are traced throughout the infrastructure. Finally, Instana includes code-level visibility to help determine the root cause of problems and detect programming defects.
To help understand and control WebLogic environments, Instana applies automation and artificial intelligence to WebLogic monitoring, including predictive problem detection and AI-assisted root cause analysis. Instana reduces the need for WebLogic-specific expertise (AND Java expertise) within the operations team.
WebLogic Performance and Configuration Monitoring
Instana’s WebLogic agent sensor collects all critical metrics required to accurately understand the internal health of both the WebLogic Server instance, as well as all the applications hosted on it. In addition, by tracking WebLogic configuration data, Instana can capture any changes to the server and correlate them to relevant performance issues.
All WebLogic server performance data is displayed in a single dashboard – a “single pane of glass” for users to track the quality of their WebLogic performance, and how it affects their applications. With Instana, IT OPs and DevOps have a powerful tool for fast, easy problem solving and performance optimization.
WebLogic performance monitoring centers around those metrics that track its ability to host services and data requests from the various applications that share a web environment with it. Instana’s WebLogic sensor can automatically capture any relevant metrics. Below is a screenshot of Instana’s WebLogic monitoring dashboard:
WebLogic Monitoring Data
|Tracked Configuration||Metrics||Health Signatures|
|Name||Sessions & Requests||Calls|
|Version||Avg. Response Times||Response Times|
|Port||Thread Pool||Error Rates|
|State||Log Messages by Severity|
|Started at (time)||Database Connection Pools|