Development of an Open Source Application
Performance Monitoring Tool

Lee HunJae / 2013.11.29
Objectives
•

Application Performance Monitoring
– Provide (near) real-time performance measures of Java-based Web Applica...
Performance events collection and co-relation

Align evens
by
UUID
and
time
Architecture of Monitoring System
1
2
3

Enabling end-to-end performance monitoring
Architecture-centric monitoring, by re...
Example deployment
CEP engine

JSON/HTTP

Web Pages

JavaScript

notification.example.com

Client-side
Titan Event Writer
...
Monitoring UI
Additional Information
• Please visit following Github repository.
– https://github.com/owlab/fresto
Thank you
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An Application Performance Monitoring Tool

  1. 1. Development of an Open Source Application Performance Monitoring Tool Lee HunJae / 2013.11.29
  2. 2. Objectives • Application Performance Monitoring – Provide (near) real-time performance measures of Java-based Web Applications • Arrival rates, Throughput, Response Time, Number of Unique Clients, … • Features – Enabling end-to-end performance monitoring • Not only server application performance values, but also client performance; e.g., response times of HTTP requests from web browsers. – Architecture-centric performance monitoring • In addition to collecting performance values of end-point URLs, significant execution points of an application are also monitored; e.g., Controller and DAO methods in Spring Framework – Deliver raw performance event data • All performance events collected in monitoring system are also available for other use; e.g., raw performance data can be consumed by a CEP engine to emit meaningful time-based query.
  3. 3. Performance events collection and co-relation Align evens by UUID and time
  4. 4. Architecture of Monitoring System 1 2 3 Enabling end-to-end performance monitoring Architecture-centric monitoring, by re-construction of call graphs Real-time alarm or notification, by delivering raw performance events App. under Monitor Monitoring Back Monitoring Front Web Browser 3 User Web Pages JavaScript 3 Event Processing 1 Timebased Real-time Alarms Timebased Query Performance Events Streaming API Monitoring Client Event Receiver Graph DB Query 2 User Application Chart Storage D3.js Spring Framework Servlet Container AOP Application Server 1 CEP engine ZMQ Thrift Titan Cassandra Play
  5. 5. Example deployment CEP engine JSON/HTTP Web Pages JavaScript notification.example.com Client-side Titan Event Writer Request/Response Node1.example.com UI Event Receiver Play Framework Event Hub Application Application Development Framework Servlet Container Cassandra Event Streamer Thrift/ZMQ(Pub) JSON API datastore1.example.com Titan Event Writer Play Framework AspectJ (beta.owlab.com) Server-side Application under Monitoring datastore2.example.com Charts Application under Monitoring Application under Monitoring … Application under Monitoring Cassandra JSON Service Titan Event Writer Monitoring Client Cassandra datastore3.example.com … datastoreN.example.com
  6. 6. Monitoring UI
  7. 7. Additional Information • Please visit following Github repository. – https://github.com/owlab/fresto
  8. 8. Thank you

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