Monitor with JMX

Ampool, which is based on Apache Geode, uses Java Management Extension (JMX) MBeans to manager and monitor all members of the distributed system. Any standard, third-party tool that is compliant with JMX, such as Java Mission Control (JMC), Java VisualVM (JVisualVM) or JConsole can interact with a single MBeanServer that aggregates all the MBeans from other members, local or remote. This offers a consolidated, single-agent view of the entire ampool cluster.

Geode's JMX setup gives a step-by-step instructions, how to start, configure and stop the JMX manager. These instructions are applicable to Ampool as well.

Once a JMX console is started, you can browse the JMX beans and various attributes, operations and notifications.