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Jazz Foundation 4.0.6

Product Release / Trial | February 28, 2014
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Jazz Foundation 4.0.6 New & Noteworthy

Jazz Foundation 4.0.6 New & Noteworthy

Jazz Foundation is an integral part of the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM). For new and noteworthy information about other parts of the Rational solution for CLM, see these pages:

New in previous versions of Jazz Foundation

For details about new features and functionality in previous releases, see these pages:

New in Jazz Foundation 4.0.6

CLM Server Monitoring

CLM Server Monitoring description

The CLM Server Monitoring feature provides real-time performance metrics and problem-detection capabilities in a running 0.6 SDK-based application such as Jazz Team Server, Rational Team Concert, and Rational Quality Manager. This feature can monitor these aspects of the server:

  • Service: 0.6-based service calls
  • SQL: SQL statement prepare/execute
  • Server requests: Incoming server requests
  • HTTP client requests: Outgoing HTTP client requests
  • Jena/SPARQL: SPARQL query execution
  • Cache: Transactional cache operations, such as hits, misses, updates, and so on
The server areas listed above are metered for execution times. If a preconfigured threshold is exceeded, the item can be identified for a server administrator to investigate. By checking for long execution times in the metered domains, server hot spots are easier to identify. This identification can help administrators, support personnel, and developers troubleshoot and fix issues. For more information, see the following articles on the Deployment wiki:

CLM Server Monitoring agent for Linux 64-bit and Windows 64-bit systems (technical preview feature)

The CLM Server Monitoring agent provides reports and visualizations to identify key problem areas related to product user activity and resource bottlenecks. This is a technical preview feature, which is open to feedback for further improvement. For more information, see the Deployment wiki article on CLM Server Monitoring agent, which includes installation instructions and test scenarios.