Monitoring and management

You can monitor and manage Liberator at run time in several ways:


JMX Monitoring

Liberator is supplied with a built-in Liberator JMX Config blade that you can activate to make it send status data across to JMX clients, such as to the Caplin Management Console. The standard DataSource monitored items are available (see DataSource monitoring and management), plus the following Liberator specific items:

  • System data: aggregated information about the total number of sessions, objects subscribed to, and data throughput, plus information about any configured clusters.

  • User data: information about all connected users and their sessions, including latency and object subscription details. You can also eject and revalidate users, and cancel subscriptions.

  • Object data: details of all objects in the system: their type, stale status, update times, subscription counts, and which sessions are viewing each object.

  • Licence status and licence related messages.

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