IBM Kansas City & Topeka Software User Group

August 10 - INVITATION: Problem Determination and Performance Monitoring for WAS and Liberty

By Garrett Lucas posted Mon August 07, 2017 08:04 AM


Hello KCSUG!

I wanted to pass on this invite to you for a webinar this Thursday.  The information and registration link is below.  If you have any questions, let me know!


Garrett Lucas


You are invited to join a Problem Determination and Performance Monitoring for WAS and Liberty technical webcast on Aug 10th from 11am to 12:30pm EDT.   Registration Link:[]

11:00am - 11:35am EDT:   Monitor Performance of your WebSphere Applications on-premise and in hybrid cloud environments by Ravi Gadekarla, IBM Architect, Application Performance Management and Diagnostic

 This short presentation will demonstrate the ease of setup to monitor the performance of your WebSphere applications using IBM's Application Performance Monitoring offering. APM automatically discovers the end to end application topologies for complex business applications showing your dependencies in an easy visual format.  When problems are detected, you can isolate them to the failing component, and diagnose the issues.

Target Audience: Technical, Developers, Architects, Sales & LOB.

11:35pm - 11:55pm EDT:  JDBC hang detection in WAS (brand new feature for reporting on JDBC statements when a hang happens with JDBC statement executing)  by  Fred Rowe, IBM WebSphere Architect for JCA/JDBC connectivity and WAS for IBM I

  Traditional WebSphere Application Server has a new capability to help troubleshoot and tune applications that use JDBC. If your application is experiencing slowness or appears to hang at times, I'll show you how to configure the app server to provide detailed information that will pinpoint which SQL statements and what Java code is executing when the problem occurs and how much time they're really taking.

11:55am - 12:30pm EDT:  Using Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana with Liberty by Don Bourne, IBM WebSphere Serviceability Architect focused on log analysis, monitoring and problem determination for WebSphere Application Server.

 Gather logs from your WebSphere Liberty servers and use the data to help you quickly answer key questions. Which of your servers are experiencing problems? How long have problems been occurring? Which servers are running out of memory? Which requests are running slowly? See clearly how to start analyzing your Liberty logs in minutes using Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana on prem and in Bluemix.

 Registration Link:[]

 Registrants who will not be able to attend this webcast will automatically receive a link to the webcast replay.