Using JMX to Monitor Oracle Weblogic Partitions

February 29, 2016

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Using JMX to Monitor Oracle Weblogic Partitions

In this document a monitor is created using JMX. This monitor is made to show the performance of a Data Source, which is deployed on a partition. Thus, MBeans are used not only to discover managed servers, but also to show partitions. In addition, as the main goal is to show the connection pool’s runtime state (do not forget data sources belong to partitions) MBeans are also used to discover the resource groups related to each partition. Furthermore, the program includes a class that generates JDBC connection leaks to demonstrate how to monitor this kind of problems.

You can download the guide using the following link.

JMX and partitions

Raul has a bachelor's degree in System Engineering and Informatics from San Marcos University in Perú. Before travelling to Norway he had worked for several years as a system administrator with focus on Oracle Application Servers and Oracle Weblogic. Nowadays, he is working for Sysco AS in Norway, where he is investigating about the latest technologies related to the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack such as Oracle SOA Suite 12C and Oracle Cloud Control 12C.

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