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Status Under review
Workspace SevOne
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 20, 2024

Please update SevOne to support monitoring of the most recent Java releases

Update the SevOne JMX monitoring capability to support updated versions of JAVA. When developers build poor JAVA code it will chew through resources assigned to the JVM until such a point until it crashes and goes into garbage collection. Where configurations and code are extraordinarily poor and the heap is 100+ GB garbage collection can take an hour or longer. With no access to JMX the server will never alert even upon JVM crash in that the CPU RAM and Disk never fall below the trigger thresholds. Without this the infrastructure team is incapable of taking proactive measures ensuring effective service delivery.

Idea priority Low