AOP@Work, Performance monitoring with AspectJ, Part 2

Putting the Glassbox Inspector to work with load-time weaving

From the developerWorks archives

Ron Bodkin

Date archived: April 19, 2017 | First published: November 15, 2005

Once you have a basic aspect-oriented monitoring infrastructure in place, you'll want to extend it to address real-world monitoring needs. In this second half of his two-part article, Ron Bodkin shows you how to add enterprise monitoring features to the Glassbox Inspector, including monitoring multiple applications, Web services, and Web application frameworks. He also shows you how to track application errors and contain them in monitoring code and demonstrates pragmatic approaches to deploying and controlling your monitoring infrastructure.

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