Sunday, June 27, 2010

Application Management Interface

Application Management Interface (AMI) is a gateway between the external applications and Hawk System that uses RV Messaging to communicate. It is used as a protocol in instrumenting an application with a management interface that allows the application to be monitored and controlled by exposing internal application methods to the TIBCO Hawk system.


Sunday, June 20, 2010

Difference between the Hawk Microagent and Application Microagents

Hawk Microagents are default microagents residing on your local machine to monitor system’s health and statistics. Hawk Microagents can be a platform-specific or platform-independent microagent. It means that every platform has its own specific microagent or it has microagents that are default to any platform.

The Application Microagents, on the other hand, are microagents that are specifically created or coded to monitor the application statistics. Only those applications that use AMI are dynamically discovered by the Hawk System and represented by microagents that enables those applications to be managed and monitored.


Sunday, June 13, 2010

How does TIBCO Hawk agent operates?

The Hawk agent uses microagents as an object to represent and interact with the managed object in your local machine. Then, the agent loads the rulebases as monitoring policies to monitor your system or your applications.

It uses RV Messaging to communicate with the microagents, and uses EMS or RV messaging to communicate with other agents, Event Service and Hawk Display. It also communicates using instances of TIBCO Hawk Display but it works independently with the Display and other agents.


Sunday, June 6, 2010

Features of TIBCO Hawk Event Service

The TIBCO Hawk Event Service does not only record the activity of TIBCO Hawk agents but it also logs and subscribes to all TIBCO Hawk system events such as agent activation and expiration, microagent and rulebase changes, alerts and clears.

The external applications must be saved on a data file in order for them to access the logs. If ever there is an expired or non-communicating agent in the network, the Event Service provides the use of a user-supplied script to notify the system administrator.


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