My colleague Denis Mekhanikov, client service lead at GridGain Systems, will lead a free one-hour webinar on July 31 that will give you the tools and knowhow needed to add a distributed in-memory computing cluster to support existing systems or new APIs.
The webinar starts at 10 a.m. Pacific time. Register here.
Adding a distributed in-memory computing cluster is actually much easier than it sounds. However, when you add something new to any system, you introduce additional moving parts that can be hard to track and troubleshoot for performance issues or failures. Unless you're prepared.
Denis will make sure that you will be prepared. He'll explain how to monitor various components of a distributed cluster for network, memory, or node-specific issues, and how to also troubleshoot and resolve issues.
By the end of this session, you'll have a handy check-list and set of tools to consider using for your own deployments.
This webinar will cover:
- How to monitor applications, cluster node logs and metrics, JVM, operating system, and the network
- What some of the best tools are for different scenarios, including:
- Log-based monitoring including Logstash, Elasticsearch, Kibana or Splunk
- Application monitoring (throughput and latency, GC)
- Node’s local metrics monitoring (memory/GC/CPU)
- Network issues monitoring (checking node connectivity and latency)
- GridGain Web Console
- Tips and tricks for how to configure and optimize monitoring