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Command based Dynamic Monitoring Disclosure Number: IPCOM000236691D
Publication Date: 2014-May-09
Document File: 3 page(s) / 49K

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This inventation introduces a dyanmic and extensive way of monitoring the performance metrics to provide the support of the new releases attributes of the message related products, and previously this needs change the code to add the support for the new attributes.

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Command based Dynamic Monitoring

Messaging monitoring is the key part of the application performance management, and in the market, there are variety of service provider in this area. Since the monitored product will deliver a new release every year, which will introduces new attributes and objects, and because the standard monitoring interface is the using the programmable command formats to perform the monitoring, however, each time when a new release is coming out, the program interface will be changed as well, and which will require the monitoring application to change the code to support new attributes or objects. This will cost extra effort to develop the product. This invention will leverage the command to build dynamic monitoring, which will avoid the production to be updated for providing the new attributes/objects support.

This invention uses command to get the monitoring metrics and constructing dynamic monitoring panels, when the message product introduced a new attribute, it will update the administration command output to reflect this change, which makes the new attribute available to the existing monitoring panels. This will make the product can exploit new product attributes and objects without any changes. By doing so, it will eliminate the product development cycle to exploit the new release.

Basically, the output have the formatted outputs, which enable it to be parsed by the application.

Here is a sample of the command output: