Datasheet: Nastel AutoPilot For WebSphere Message Broker

Manage WebSphere Message Broker with Nastel AutoPilot

About Nastel AutoPilot For WebSphere Message Broker

Nastel AutoPilot for WebSphere Message Broker provides complete monitoring of your WebSphere message broker environment.

Features and Benefits:

Feature Benefit Description
Unification A unified way to support permissions, user access and re-certification as part of your end-to-end enterprise monitoring.
Rules A facility to create powerful rules to monitor the environment without the need for support staff to constantly monitor screens/dashboards
Monitoring Message Broker’s consumption of system resources over time, Message Broker metrics and Message Broker’s performance of key business activities
History Routing and transformation history
Correlation Correlate Message Broker performance data with events from other systems
SPOC A single point of control over infrastructure, both off-the-shelf and home-grown
Alerts Early-warning alerts for Message Broker performance in accordance with policy
Measurement Measurement of how Message Broker performance impacts movement through the execution of a business process

The challenge that businesses who leverage middleware as the nervous system of their application infrastructure all face is the need to consolidate their tools and provide a single monitoring solution across all middleware. Profiling applications whose messages enter Message Broker in one format and leave in another is also quite a challenge.

Nastel AutoPilot is only solution to support all software and appliance based middleware technology requirements: WebSphere Message Broker, MQ and Message Broker plus TIBCO EMS and RV, Solace and home-grown.

In the Business View above AutoPilot has detected that the time WebSphere Message Broker is waiting for input messages is outside “business normal”. Using AutoPilot’s Complex Event processing it automatically determines this variance & takes action

Middleware- centric applications are regularly interconnected via IBM WebSphere Message Broker which transforms and routes message content between applications and other middleware platforms.

Platform Description:

cloud and/or on-premise

Supported Platforms:

IBM WebSphere Message Broker