GridGain Web Console Overview
What You Can Do With Web Console
Combining the functionality of the open source version and the enterprise level features, GridGain Web Console allows you to do the following:
Create and download various configurations to use for your GridGain or Apache Ignite cluster.
Import database schemas from virtually any RDBMS.
Execute SQL queries over your in-memory caches and view the execution plans.
Monitor and manage running GridGain and Ignite clusters.
Monitor and manage running as well as completed queries.
GridGain Web Console’s interactive configuration wizard helps you create and download configuration files and code snippets for your Apache Ignite or GridGain projects. Additionally, the tool allows you to automatically load SQL metadata from any RDBMS, run SQL queries on your in-memory cache as well as view execution plans, in-memory schema, streaming charts, and more.
Web Console Components
Web Console Server
Web Console Server is a web-server that provides browser-based user interface for monitoring, managing and querying a running cluster.
Web Agent is a standalone Java application that establishes a connection between a GridGain or Apache Ignite Cluster and the Web Console server. Web Agent communicates with the cluster nodes via a REST interface and connects to the Web Console server via a web-socket.
Here are some of the functions of Web Agent:
Proxy between Web Console and GridGain or Ignite cluster for SQL queries execution.
Proxy between Web Console and an RDBMS for database schema metadata collection. Refer to the RDBMS Integration section for more details.
Refer to the relevant documentation sections to start with the tool:
Learn how to deploy Web Console using a Docker image or directly on the underlying host operating system:
Visit the pages below to have a quick look at Web Console’s capabilities:
Here you can learn more about enterprise level features supported by GridGain: