Using JMX with Essbase

Using JMX with Essbase

Zoltan Grose
Zoltan Grose

July 12th, 2002, 6:41 am #1

Has anyone here tried, or know of anyone who as tried, creating a JMX Agent for Essbase? Seems like a natural fit especially with the Java API having been out for a while.
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ebelmon
ebelmon

July 15th, 2002, 3:23 pm #2

if you find any other developer looking into that, plaese let me know.

Eric Belmon
eric.belmon@partake.com
Partake Consulting
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November 2nd, 2011, 7:35 pm #3

Has anyone here tried, or know of anyone who as tried, creating a JMX Agent for Essbase? Seems like a natural fit especially with the Java API having been out for a while.
Have you been successful in getting this connectivity established?

If so, Can you please explain how?
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November 2nd, 2011, 11:11 pm #4

Has anyone here tried, or know of anyone who as tried, creating a JMX Agent for Essbase? Seems like a natural fit especially with the Java API having been out for a while.
A few of us have built web services around the JAPI in order to extend it to other technologies.

What is your motivation to use JMX?

Regards,
Robb Salzmann
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November 6th, 2011, 10:56 pm #5

I am being made to study the feasiblity of incorporating monitoring essbase through JMX.
Appreciate if you can give some pointers.

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November 7th, 2011, 6:29 pm #6

I'm not that familiar with JMX, but I imagine with any technology you will need to use the Essbase API in combination with other things (logs, server performance, system metrics etc) to really monitor Essbase.

A tool exists today that does all this and more if you're interested, called Accelatis.



Regards,
Robb Salzmann
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