Improve Web Application Performance with IBM WebSphere Monitoring

Using eG Enterprise you can monitor your JVMs, WebSphere containers and Java application code from a single-pane-of-glass. Get complete visibility into application performance and identify how to optimize your WebSphere deployment.

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WebSphere Performance Monitoring

eG Enterprise is a full stack application performance monitoring (APM) solution that provides in-depth performance visibility into IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and the Java applications running on it. Achieve WebSphere performance monitoring from a single pane of glass, and be the first to know when there are slow application transactions, high web service response time, problems in EJB invocation, hung threads, faults in JCA Connection Pools, JVM memory leaks, and more.

eG Enterprise helps administrators monitor WebSphere performance and understand and provide insights to troubleshoot problems before application users are affected. Developers can get immediate access to problematic Java code or SQL queries that impact application performance.

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WebSphere Monitoring

eG Enterprise helps you enhance and optimize the performance of Java applications running on IBM WebSphere. Get visibility into your full Java application stack, including the underlying infrastructure.

  • Monitor all aspects of JVM performance: threads, heap memory, locks, GC, etc.
  • Know when there are slow application transactions, high web service response time, problems in EJB invocation, hung threads, faults in JCA Connection Pools, and more
  • Automatically correlate WebSphere performance with server-side issues, resource deficiency (CPU, memory, disk, etc.), hardware faults, network latency, etc.
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eG Enterprise gives us performance insight into our business-critical applications. It provides real-time and detailed visibility of every key component. With its prediction and analysis reports, we can be proactive instead of reactive.

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Features

Gain In-Depth Visibility
into WebSphere Performance

Get access to critical WebSphere performance metrics at your fingertips:

  • Identify whether the EJB thread pool is sized correctly
  • Isolate transactions affected due to WebSphere server performance
  • Monitor performance of Object Pools and Object Resource Broker
  • Diagnose any waiting threads in JCA Connection Pools
  • Track JDBC connectivity and the requests waiting to be processed
  • Catch out-of-memory exceptions and memory leaks in the JVM

eG Enterprise WebSphere monitoring tool automatically correlates WebSphere performance with server-side issues, resource deficiency (CPU, memory, disk, etc.), hardware faults, network latency, etc.


Visualize Transaction
Flow End to End

  • Trace business transactions across distributed application architecture and multi-tiered JVMs
  • Identify which component of the server-side infrastructure is taking more processing time and slowing down transactions
  • Track down the exact line of Java code or SQL query that is causing a performance problem
  • Isolate high-CPU threads, waiting threads and root blocker threads in the JVM for code optimization

In Depth: See the IBM WebSphere performance metrics monitored by eG Enterprise

Answer Key WebSphere Performance Questions

  • Where is the response time slowdown: in the Java code, in the database queries, or in external web service calls?
  • Is the EJB cache sized correctly? Are there too many cache misses?
  • Are there too many threads waiting to be serviced?
  • Is the request processing time too high at the Object Resource Broker?
  • Are Java servlets executing within acceptable processing thresholds?

Extend Monitoring Capabilities
Beyond IBM WebSphere Containers

  • Proactively monitor end-user experience using real user monitoring and synthetic transaction monitoring capabilities
  • Correlate slow transactions with performance of the EJB container, JVM and underlying server infrastructure
  • Comprehensively monitor every aspect of JVM performance including CPU, heap and non-heap memory, threads, classes, garbage collection, and more.
  • In addition to WebSphere, monitor several IBM applications including IBM WebSphere MQ, IBM DB2 UDB, Liberty application server, IBM Integration Bus (IIB) Web Server, Connection Broker, and more.

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  • Works on cloud environments, hybrid-cloud setups and on-premises deployments
  • Deploy eG Enterprise using our SaaS platform or on-premises
  • Suitable for monitoring applications, digital workspaces and IT infrastructures
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