Hello everyone!

The ruxit team has been working hard to make your #monitoringlife even more comfortable. We’re happy to announce monitoring support for MongoDB and Java messaging services.

Track your MongoDB connections

MongoDB is a popular cross-platform, document-oriented database that is designed for high availability and automatic scaling. ruxit now supports tracking and inspection of all MongoDB statements from your Java-based applications. ruxit also records the row counts retrieved per statement. As you might guess ruxit also monitors the process that hosts your MongoDB service.

JMS and RabbitMQ broker

JMS provides a standard messaging API for interoperability of applications on the Java platform. This enables your JVM-backed applications to connect to each other to send and receive messages. RabbitMQ is a messaging broker that serves as an intermediary for messaging between multiple platforms/languages.

ruxit now supports Java messaging, including monitoring of JMS message handlers, EJB message-driven beans, and the RabbitMQ consumer-plugin interface. We’ll continue to extend messaging support over the coming weeks.

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Alois

— Passionate developer advocate