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Using the JON Remote API by Andy Redhead


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Lightning talk by Andy Redhead presented on the 17th of October at JBoss jBPM JBUG event.
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Using the JON Remote API by Andy Redhead

  1. 1. Using the JON Remote API [and why you might want to] Andy Redhead (
  2. 2. JON Deployment Production Server (1) Production Server (x) JON JON JBoss JBoss Agent Agent All the Remote JON Remote other JON ClientDatabase Java API RHQ bits App JON Server Client
  3. 3. The Goal - View Behaviour of Multiple Machines
  4. 4. Approach (1/2) – Client Appmachine datetime low av maxservername1:1099 2011-09-01T00:00:00.000+01:00 31.0 31.0 31.0servername2:1099 2011-09-01T00:05:00.000+01:00 NaN NaN NaN
  5. 5. Approach (2/2) - R datasetajpConnActiveThreads <- read.table(dataSetFile, header=TRUE, sep="")ajpConnActiveThreads$datetime <- as.POSIXct(ajpConnActiveThreads$datetime, tz="", %Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%OS)#Calculate “Trimmed” MeanallMachineTrimmedMean <- apply(justNumbers, 1, mean, trim=0.1)#Draw Graphjpeg(outputGraphFileName) plot(threadActiveXRange, threadActiveYRange, type="n", …, col.lab="darkblue") axis.POSIXct(1, at=seq(r[1], r[2], by="hour"), format="%H:%M", las=2) axis(2, at=yAxisAt, las=2) lines(finalData$datetime, finalData[[dataIndex]], col="red") lines(finalData$datetime, allMachineTrimmedMean, col="blue")
  6. 6. Thanks for Listening 