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IBM Application Performance Management Advanced 8.1.3 Fundamentals

Information

Length: 8.0 Hours
Course code: TM672G
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Classroom

Instructor Led Online

Price: 950 AUD
This training is available on request.
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Overview

This course covers the key features of IBM Application Performance Management and IBM Application Diagnostics, including resource monitoring, deep-dive diagnosis, and transaction diagnosis. Exercises will be carried out for a WebSphere Application Server. An optional unit for the Node.js agent is available as an appendix. All other domains will be covered using slides.

Public

Application-monitoring specialists and technical sales personnel

Prerequisits

Familiarity with application server monitoring
Familiarity with the Performance Management Console
Familiarity with the Tivoli Enterprise Portal
Completion of IBM Monitoring 8.1.3 Implementation and Administration (TM673)

Objective

  • Describe the IBM Application Performance Management Advanced architecture
  • Learn to use the monitoring features of the four supported IBM Application Diagnostics agents
  • Monitor resources, application code, both real and synthetic transactions, and users with the WebSphere agent

Topics

Monitoring with IBM Application Performance Management Advanced

  • Lesson 1 Overview and architecture
  • Lesson 2 Performance Management console
  • Exercise 1 Starting DB2
  • Exercise 2 Modifying the gdc_custom.properties file Exercise 3 Starting the DayTrader script
  • Exercise 4 Accessing the Performance Management console

Monitoring application resources  

  • Lesson 1 Monitoring .NET resources
  • Lesson 2 Monitoring Node.js resources
  • Lesson 3 Monitoring Ruby resources
  • Lesson 4 Monitoring WebSphere resources
  • Exercise 1 Monitoring WebSphere resources
  • Exercise 2 Monitoring the heap


Code-level monitoring

  • Lesson 1 Code-level monitoring
  • Lesson 2 Additional features of the WebSphere agent
  • Exercise 1 Accessing code-level data for WebSphere
  • Exercise 2 Generating more traffic


Transaction tracking

  • Lesson 1 Components supporting transaction tracking
  • Lesson 2 How topologies work
  • Lesson 3 Using topologies
  • Exercise 1 Exploring aggregate topologies
  • Exercise 2 Exploring transaction instance topologies


Synthetic transaction and user monitoring

  • Lesson 1 Monitoring synthetic transactions
  • Lesson 2 Monitoring users
  • Exercise 1 Configuring a synthetic transaction
  • Exercise 2 Creating a synthetic application
  • Exercise 3 Viewing synthetic transactions