Monitoring system activity is one of the most critical aspects of system operations. Real-time monitoring of your infrastructure is vital – as an operator or system administrator, you want to be notified about any events regarding system health so that appropriate measures can be taken to fix issues in a proactive fashion.
Solace message brokers generate a wide variety of events and metrics for monitoring by using open interfaces such as Syslog and SEMP, and these need to be integrated with your existing enterprise monitoring tool for alerting purposes.
Note: My previous post shows you how to integrate Solace with your enterprise monitoring system using Syslog.
Based on my experience in the field, such monitoring integrations generally are slow to implement, are not prioritized as much as setting up functionality, and an operations team may not be exposed to the variety of information available for monitoring system activity.
Solace HybridEdge is a standalone Java Spring application built around Apache Camel that allows you to integrate Solace message brokers with other messaging systems, such as RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ, IBM MQ and Kafka, in a standards-based fashion.… Read the rest