Azure Installation: Management Authentication

Retrace Azure Integration Overview Retrace integrates with Azure via the Azure Rest API to determine the status of servers and services during Creation, Removal, Scale Up and Scale Down events.  Retrace supports monitoring for both Cloud Services (Classic) and App Services (Web sites, Functions, etc..). To acquire resource information Retrace uses OAuth 2.0 Access Tokens on the Azure account to …

Java Agent Installation: Default Linux Install

One Step Installation Script Here is a script you can copy into your terminal that will download, un-tar, and install the agent all in one step: wget https://s1.stackify.com/Account/AgentDownload/Linux –output-document=stackify.tar.gz && tar -zxvf stackify.tar.gz stackify-agent-install-32bit && cd stackify-agent-install-32bit && sudo ./agent-install.sh –devicealias [aliasname] Note: The devicealias parameter is optional and [aliasname] should be replaced with the desired name for your device. …

AWS Installation: Linux AWS Elastic Beanstalk (Tomcat)

Install for AWS Elastic Beanstalk (Tomcat) Instructions on how to install the Retrace Linux Agent and Java APM on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Installing Stackify Linux Agent Create a new file named stackify.config in your application’s .ebextensions folder. Learn More about .ebextensions. Add the following to your stackify.config file: Replace [INSERT ACTIVATION KEY] with your activation key value. Optionally you can …

AWS Installation: Linux AWS EC2

Install for AWS EC2 Instructions on how to install the Stackify Linux Agent AWS EC2 (Amazon Linux). Installing Stackify Linux Agent SSH into your AWS EC2 instance ssh -i [cert.pem] [email protected][x.x.x.x] Download and Install Replace [INSERT ACTIVATION KEY] with your activation key value. You can find your activation key under Settings: Account. wget https://s1.stackify.com/Account/AgentDownload/Linux –output-document=stackify.tar.gz && \ tar -zxvf stackify.tar.gz …

Linux Installation: RedHat and CentOS

Instructions on how to install the Retrace Linux Agent on RedHat and CentOS based Linux systems. You can install by using the yum package manager directly. The following commands are intended to be ran with root permissions. Installing with Yum Add Stackify’s yum repository. wget -qO – https://download.stackify.com/rpm/stackify.repo | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/stackify.repo Install Stackify Linux Agent. sudo yum install stackify-agent …

Linux Installation: Ubuntu and Debian

Instructions on how to install the Retrace Linux Agent on Ubuntu and Debian based Linux systems. You can install by using the apt package manager directly. The following commands are intended to be ran with root permissions. Installing with Apt Add Stackify’s apt repository. echo ‘deb https://download.stackify.com/deb stable main’ | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/stackify.list Trust Stackify’s GPG key. wget -qO – …

Monitors: Key Transactions

Key Transaction Monitors allow you to quickly identify critical transactions (Web Requests and SQL Queries) that APM has discovered and add a layer of intelligent, proactive monitoring & alerting around them. They’ll all appear together in a sortable, filterable list complete with inline spark lines and access to deeper levels of data & customization. Default Key Transactions Whenever a new …

Web Log Monitoring: Configure Apache Applications

The Retrace Monitoring Agent can monitor the health of your Apache web application, including Requests/min vs Average Page Load time, HTTP Request Error Rate, and Apdex Satisfaction Score. To enable Retrace to monitor your Apache web application from the Monitoring Agent, there are a couple of things to make sure of. Configuring Apache’s apache2.conf Logging Settings Within apache2.conf or each …