Why Monitor Jenkins?

Jenkins is a widely used application around the world that has around 300k installations and growing day by day. Since Jenkins is widely used in mission critical application development environments for continuously integrating development processes, the non-availability of Jenkins nodes can adversely impact productivity and business continuity. To avoid this, administrators must closely monitor the status and resource utilization of the nodes and jobs executed by nodes, proactively pinpoint administrators to abnormalities (if any), and resolve them well before end-users notice.