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Created by Guest
Created on Jun 22, 2022

The metrics endpoint should report basic status information about the cell, applications and JVMs similarly to what is shown in the dmgr

As a WAS admin using prometheus for JVM monitoring, I'd like an exposed GAUGE metric that tells me the status of various things from the Deployment Manager perspective: - List the Deployment Manager Cell info, Node info, WAS version. - List all the JVMs, their Node, Host Name, WAS version, Cluster name and if they are running. - List all the installed Apps, which JVMs / Clusters they are deployed to and if they are running. This would be incredibly helpful when displaying a table status or configuring alertmanager to look for application.running or jvm.running == 0. Being able to easily display WAS versions in real-time for each JVM would be helpful especially in a mixed cell.
Idea priority Medium