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How to monitor Jenkins performance?

Tamir Gefen (7838) | asked Jun 24 '16, 3:12 a.m.
How to monitor performance of Jenkins and get alerts when there are problems on application layer or IT infrastructure layer?

This refers to situations either you work with Jenkins alone; Jenkins with UrbanCode or Jenkins with ClearCase \ ClearQuest \ RTC \ CLM.

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Tamir Gefen (7838) | answered Jun 24 '16, 3:13 a.m.
edited Jun 24 '16, 3:15 a.m.
For the first time, you can now download a Free Community Edition of our performance monitoring & alerting tool for Jenkins, ClearCase and ClearQuest.

You can see here a live demo:

Monitoring Jenkins

You can quickly get email alerts when something goes wrong with Jenkins' slaves, masters or the application itself, and you can even define thresholds aligned to your needs.

  • Host alive Check
  • Web Server Check
  • Available Storage Check
  • Memory Usage
  • CPU Usage Check
  • Web application Check
  • HTTP Server Check
  • Email Alerts
  • 24H availability and latency charts

and more

Yes it's free! We provide both Free Edition (for the DevOps community) and Pro Edition.

Download the tool and learn more:

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