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  • Hi everybody, i am starting learning about fuse esb. I have few questions about this application please. What are the benefits of monitoring Apache Camel, Apache ActiveMQ and Apache serviceMix ? What is the objective of this application ? What is the rule of Business Activity monitoring here ? It is really fuzzy for me. Can somebody explain this for me ?
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  • This is clearly system-centric monitoring meant for 'tech' users, nothing to do with 'Business' Activity Monitoring and 'business' users. Good thing is Apache is not to be blamed for this since even the bigger vendors try selling BAM tools in the guise of advanced system management tools. Does BMC Patrol (with its advanced add-ons) sound familiar?
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ActiveBAM

  1. 1. ITSYSTEMIX
  2. 2.  Your Camel is deployed on ServiceMix?  Your Routes use JMS component and ActiveMQ?  You use ActiveMQ as well?
  3. 3. ActiveBAM offers to users and developers a smooth interface for monitoring their projects.
  4. 4.  Administrate: Stop/Start Routes/Flows…  Data Analytics  Catch And Store Flow Instances  Execution State : OK/ERROR Example  Of   a  Flow  
  5. 5.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of Routes => Route Details Two Ways Of MonitoringYour Camel Projects:  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of instances => List of Steps => Step Detail
  6. 6. Add As many ServiceMix Servers As you want:
  7. 7.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of Routes => Route Details Click  On  the   name  Of  the  Flow  
  8. 8.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of Routes => Route Details Click  On  Details  
  9. 9.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of Routes => Route Details
  10. 10.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of instances => List of Steps => Step Detail Click  On  the  Number   Of  Instances  
  11. 11. Access  The  Instance  By   Clicking  On  Details    List of Servers => List of Flows => List of instances => List of Steps => Step Detail
  12. 12. Steps  Of  the  Instance    List of Servers => List of Flows => List of instances => List of Steps => Step Detail
  13. 13.  List of Servers => List of Flows => List of instances => List of Steps => Step Detail
  14. 14. Flow/Number Of instances Flow/Number Of succeeded/Failed instances
  15. 15. Choose  a  Server  To  View   its  logs  or  to  configure  
  16. 16. Choose  a  file  to  edit  
  17. 17. Check outYour Server’s JVM
  18. 18. Monitor As many Brokers as you want !!
  19. 19. List Of Brokers
  20. 20. Graphs
  21. 21.  User Management  Embedded ActiveMQ Broker  Embedded HSQLDB  ActiveMQ Management and Monitoring…

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