Can you easily track the average response time of requests to your Tomcat server application? Or see how the caching is performing? Or whether you are approaching thread limits?
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LogicMonitor will automatically discover all the listening ports, the containers, and applications, and track performance of all of them, alerting you if performance is slow, or resource limits are being approached.
If you reconfigure your Tomcat applications, LogicMonitor will discover that, inform you of the changes, and start monitoring the new objects. You can even add your own data to be monitored by any exposed Mbean.
If you depend on your applications being up, and performing well, don’t leave it to chance. Get LogicMonitor’s Tomcat monitoring.