This chapter introduces a number of the most common and most important runtime activities and supporting facilities for SOA Suite. These are relevant for developers and administrators alike to monitor and manage their respective environments. First we discuss how to observe and learn what is happening, then we go into (re)acting to what is witnessed and finally we discuss prevention and longer term actions.
Specific topics include: logging and log-files, sensors, monitoring, run time configuration, fault handling and recovery, throttling, purging and system resource allocation.
Sections in this chapter:
- Run Time Monitoring – log files, alerts, console
- Runtime Configuration and Fault Recovery
- Throttling, resource allocation and purging
This figure illustrates the components discussed in this chapter.
The discussion on Throttling, Purging and Resource Allocation refers to these artifacts:
Sources for this chapter can be found on Github: Chapter 23 sources.
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