Installing the TMTM performance and availability monitoring extensions
This section describes how to install each of the TMTM performance and availability monitoring extensions.
Unless specifically noted, the TMTM extensions monitor only those versions supported by the manufacturer. To view a list of the supported platforms and technologies, see Supported middleware monitoring technologies for performance and availability.
To control and configure the various extensions after installing, see Running performance and availability monitoring extensions.
|IBM WebSphere MQ configuration and monitoring extensions|
The WebSphere MQ configuration extension allows you to configure your WebSphere MQ environment.
The WebSphere MQ monitoring extension collects information from various WebSphere MQ properties.
|IBM WebSphere Message Broker||Provides status monitoring for brokers, execution groups, applications, libraries and message flows, as well as performance monitoring for execution groups, applications, libraries and message flows.||Installing the WebSphere Message Broker monitoring extension|
|IBM DataPower||Collects messages from various sources (HTTP, MQ, TIBCO EMS, WAS SIB).||Installing the IBM DataPower monitoring extension|
|MainView for WebSphere MQ||Collects performance and availability data from MainView for WebSphere MQ (MVMQ) via the view-based API component.||Installing the MainView monitoring extension|
|Oracle WebLogic||Monitors and reports activity from WebLogic servers.||Installing the Oracle WebLogic monitoring extension|
|IBM HTTP Server||Monitors and reports activity from IBM HTTP Server for WebSphere Application Server.||Installing the IBM HTTP Server monitoring extension|
|TIBCO EMS||Monitors and reports activity from TIBCO EMS servers.||Installing the TIBCO EMS monitoring extension|
|TIBCO Rendezvous||Monitors and reports activity from TIBCO Rendezvous daemons.||Installing the TIBCO Rendezvous monitoring extension|
|IBM WebSphere Application Server||Monitors and reports activity from WebSphere Application Server.||Installing the WebSphere Application Server monitoring extension|
|IBM WebSphere MQ on TPF||Runs on Windows and uses TCP/IP to pass commands to the TPF Windows host through the IPBridge, which then communicates with TMTM.||Installing the WebSphere MQ on TPF monitoring extension|