JMX (Performance)

The JMX Performance Monitor allows you to monitor any server that supports JMX by requesting a single JMX performance counter the server supports and allows you to easily browse and add available counters to the monitoring list.

  1. Configure the following fields to set up your JMX Performance Monitor:
    • Name. Enter a unique name for the monitor. This name displays in the Performance Monitor Library.
    • Description. Enter additional information for the monitor. This description displays next to the monitor name in the Performance Monitor Library.
    • Object Path/Attribute. Select the target device, domain/path, and attribute to monitor. See the following procedure steps for additional details about selecting the object path and attribute.
    • Port. Enter the port number WhatsUp Gold should use to communicate with the JMX object.
    • Use SSL. Select this option to use Secure Socket Layer connection for communication with the JMX object.
  2. Click the Browse button (...) to launch the JMX Credentials dialog.
  3. Enter the IP address or host name of the target device to browse. You can also click the Browse button (...) to select a device from the device list.
  4. Ensure the Port and Use SSL with RMI Registry settings reflect your selections made in the previous dialog.
  5. If needed, select an existing JMX credential from the list or click the Browse button (...) to access the Credentials Library, then create a new one.
  6. Click OK to proceed to the JMX Browser which you can use to select the target device, domain/path, and attribute to monitor.
  7. The monitor configuration dialog should now display the attribute you selected in the JMX Browser. Click OK to save the monitor.

See Also

Performance Monitors

Active Script (Performance)

APC UPS (Performance)

CPU Utilization (Performance)

PowerShell Scripting

Disk Utilization (Performance)

Interface Utilization

Printer (Performance)

Hyper-V Virtual Machine Disk Activity

Memory Utilization (Performance)

Ping Latency and Availability

SNMP (Performance)

SQL Query (Performance)

SSH (Performance)

VMware Datastore IOPS

Windows Performance Counter

Configuring WMI Formatted Counter monitors

WMI Performance Monitor

Hyper-V Host Event Log Monitor

Hyper-V Host Virtual Machines Monitor