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Keeping it Healthy

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Sanket Sheth

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Keeping it Healthy: Planning for the Worse, Tuning for the Best, Monitoring the Exceptions
Planning
Server Sizing, Architecture, Infrastructure, Big Picture
Tuning
Installation, Java settings, Best practices
Monitoring
Monitoring health, performance and issues.

PLAN
TUNE
MONITOR
Keeping it Healthy:
Planning for the Worse, Tuning for the Best, Monitoring for the Exceptions
Sanket Sheth
Technical Services
Practice Manager
Time
System Improvement
Success
Craig Halford
Sales & Account
Manager
Navis World 2012
PLAN
TUNE
MONITOR
Q u e s t i o n s ?

Keeping it Healthy:
Planning for the Worse, Tuning for the Best, Monitoring for the Exceptions
Sanket Sheth
Technical Services
Practice Manager
Craig Halford
Sales & Account
Manager
Navis World 2012
Thank you
Base
Architecture
Tuning
Application
Tuning
Disaster Recovery
What if scenarios
Decision Matrix
Tested in the real world
Training of staff
Sizing the System
TEU
Transactions
User Sessions
Groovy
Interfaces
Lower TTR & Increase Cost
Safeguard Performance
Understand Architecture
Data flows
Single Point of Failure
Dependencies
Critical Users
Critical Tasks
Flexibility
Operational Expectations
Monitoring the Exceptions
Proactively interrogate unusual activity
Identify scenarios to protect against
Reduce detection, classification and resolution time
Improve poor user experience
SN4 Hyperic Plugin Features
Hyperic HQ
Auto Discovery
Log Alerts
MBeans
More Internal Data
Alerts
Infrastructure
Application
Open Source
Extendable
Light Weight
Widely Compatible
SN4 Compatible (2.4)
SMS/Email/RSS Notification
Central Management
All layers integrated
Dashboards
June 2012 13:56
London, England
Conceptual Architecture
Node Segregation
Load Balancing
Conceptual Architecture (Internal Heavy)
Internal vs External Users
High Manual EDI Process
Conceptual Architecture (EDI Heavy)
Inbound vs Outbound EDI
Transhipment Terminals
Commercial Use Case
Case: Terminal wins new Shipping Line

Expected Impact:
Increased EDI
Delegated Roles & Users

Tuning Options:
Re-balance nodes?
Memory & GC
Memory Pools
-Xms, -Xmx

JVM Server mode
-server

Concurrent GC
-XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC
Logs
Where are the logs?
Standard Installation > Program Data

Within - N4 ADMINISTRATION>Settings>Logging
Log4j.properties file
log4j.rootCategory=WARN, Filelog4j.appender.File=org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
log4j.appender.File.file=${com.navis.bridgedaemon.log.dir}/navis-bridged.log
log4j.appender.File.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.File.layout.ConversionPattern=%d %-5p [%c{1}:%L] (%3X{ulcSessionId}) %m%n
log4j.appender.File.MaxFileSize=10000KBlog4j.appender.File.MaxBackupIndex=50
log4j.category.com.navis.xpscache=INFOlog4j.category.com.navis.apex.business.xps.CacheUtils=INFO
Communicate With Customers
Integrate with Technology
Reduce Operational Costs
Improve Productivity
More Information:
A look at the SPARCS N4 installer and Monitoring with Hyperic (Tuesday 11:40)
Navis Application Tuning (Tuesday 14:00)
Advanced Applications
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