Monitor and troubleshoot your Apache TomEE application servers
Dynatrace shows you where your Java applications consume CPU in background threads, schedulers, or other proprietary services on TomEE.
Dynatrace detects your applications’ transactions from end-to-end and shows the actual execution of each service through our Service flow.
While monitoring your TomEE servers, Dynatrace learns the details of your entire application architecture automatically.
Dynatrace monitors and analyzes the database activities of your Java applications running on TomEE servers, providing you with visibility all the way down to individual SQL and NoSQL statements. Just a few of the performance metrics you will see on your Dynatrace dashboard when monitoring TomEE:
In under five minutes the Dynatrace agent automatically discovers your entire Java application running on TomEE.
In under five minutes, Dynatrace shows you your TomEE servers’ CPU, memory, and network health metrics all the way down to the process level.
Dynatrace understands your applications’ transactions from end-to-end. Service flow shows the actual execution of each individual service and service-request type. While Smartscape shows you your overall environment topology, Service flow provides you with the view point of a single service or service-request type.
While monitoring your Apache TomEE servers, Dynatrace learns the details of your entire application architecture automatically.
“After deploying a new release, we spent over 30 hours trying to find a performance problem. Once we found the issue, it only took us 30 minutes to fix it. With Dynatrace, finding a similar problem would only take us minutes to identify, saving us precious time and resources.”
Apache TomEE (pronounced “Tommy”) is the Java Enterprise Edition of Apache Tomcat (Tomcat + Java EE = TomEE) that combines several Java enterprise projects including Apache OpenEJB, Apache OpenWebBeans, Apache OpenJPA and others.
Dynatrace monitors and analyzes the activity of your Apache TomEE servers, providing visibility down to individual database statements.