RabbitMQ performance monitoring and capacity management
Get a high-level overview of all your RabbitMQ components within each monitored cluster in your environment.
Artificial intelligence identifies performance issues and correlates them, pinpointing to the root cause.
Easily drill down into the metrics of individual nodes to find the root cause of problems and potential bottlenecks.
In under five minutes, Dynatrace detects your RabbitMQ instances and shows metrics like CPU, Consumers, and Queues.
With Dynatrace’s RabbitMQ message-related metrics you’ll immediately know when there is a trouble in your RabbitMQ instances. Where there is problem, we show you which nodes are affected. From there it’s simple to drill down into the metrics of individual nodes to find the root cause of problems.
Dynatrace RabbitMQ monitoring delivers you metrics including Available disk space, Channels, Connections, Consumers, File description usage and many more. Relevant cluster charts provide an overview of RabbitMQ cluster health.
For the full list of the provided RabbitMQ metrics please visit our detailed blog post about RabbitMQ monitoring.
If Dynatrace observes a phenomenon such as a metric violation or a process crashing in your environment, it represents them as “events”. Artificial intelligence correlates such events and shows you the root cause of a problem.
Dynatrace provides valuable RabbitMQ node metrics on each RabbitMQ process page, including:
Dynatrace provides the option of enabling RabbitMQ monitoring only for specific hosts or globally.
When enabled globally, Dynatrace automatically collects RabbitMQ metrics whenever a new host running RabbitMQ is detected in your environment.
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RabbitMQ is open source message broker software (sometimes called message-oriented middleware) that implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP). The RabbitMQ server is written in the Erlang programming language and is built on the Open Telecom Platform framework for clustering and failover.
Dynatrace monitors and analyzes the activity of your RabbitMQ instances, providing visibility down to individual database statements.