What is MoSKito?
MoSKito is an open source system for monitoring performance and behavior of Java web applications.
What the Project does?
This Project is the heart of MoSKito system. It's what you need to fully monitor a single-node (one JVM) application: collect performance data, view, analyse and store some of it.
We also refer to this project as MoSKito-Essential, since it contains the most basic MoSKito functionality.
Why is it good?
Multi-purpose: collects any possible type of performance data, including business-related (registrations, payments, conversion, etc).
Non-invasive: does not require any code change.
Supports all major app servers: Tomcat, Jetty, JBoss, Glassfish, WebLogic and others.
Interval-based: works simultaneously with short (from 1min) & long (up to 24h) time intervals, allowing instant comparison.
Data privacy: keeps collected data locally, with no 3rd party resources involved.
Performance thresholds: reports a selected parameter's health with the traffic-light-like notification system.
Analysis tools: displays accumulated performance data in charts.
Live profiling: records user actions as system calls.
Support for mobile platforms: free iOS apps, Android app's coming soon.
Why do I trust it?
- MoSKito started at 2007 and never stopped developing since then.
- Since 2008, it's absolutely stable and production-ready.
- MoSKito's being used on many production systems (Allyouneed, friendscout24, c-date.com, parship.de and others).
In MoSKito, we differentiate between Projects (which can be release as standalone applications) and Components (which are parts of a project in maven sense). Read more...
Below is the list of components that make up this Project.
MoSKito-Core is the main MoSKito engine that does all performance counting.
MoSKito-Web contains support for web applications: base classes for filters and servlets.
MoSKito-WebUI is the embedded web-based user interface.
MoSKito-Aop contains annotations for aop-style integration for AspectJ and spring-aop.
MoSKito-Integration offers specific integration tools for CDI (JBoss, Glassfish), SQL, etc.
Install & Config
MoSKito doesn't need any operations with your code. It plugs into any application via filters, proxies, annotations, inheritance, AOP, class loaders or plain calling.
Setup & integrate
- Different configuration options
- Example for aop based integration for spring etc
- Without source code change with a javaagent
MoSKito is free and open source (MIT License). Use it as you wish.
Support and Feedback
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