codecentric's Spring Boot Admin
This community project provides an admin interface for Spring Boot ® applications.
Monitoring Python applications is available using Pyctuator.
Spring Boot Admin provides the following features for registered applications:
- Show health status
- Show details, like
- JVM & memory metrics
- micrometer.io metrics
- Datasource metrics
- Cache metrics
- Show build-info number
- Follow and download logfile
- View jvm system- & environment-properties
- View Spring Boot Configuration Properties
- Support for Spring Cloud's postable /env- &/refresh-endpoint
- Easy loglevel management
- Interact with JMX-beans
- View thread dump
- View http-traces
- View auditevents
- View http-endpoints
- View scheduled tasks
- View and delete active sessions (using spring-session)
- View Flyway / Liquibase database migrations
- Download heapdump
- Notification on status change (via e-mail, Slack, Hipchat, ...)
- Event journal of status changes (non persistent)
A quick guide to get started can be found in our docs.
There are introductory talks available on YouTube:
Spring Boot Admin's version matches the major and minor versions of Spring Boot:
- SBA 2.0.X -> Spring Boot 2.0.Y
- SBA 2.1.X -> Spring Boot 2.1.Y
- SBA 2.2.X -> Spring Boot 2.2.Y
Nevertheless, it is possible to monitor any version of a Spring Boot service independently of the underlying Spring Boot version in the service. Hence, it is possible to run Spring Boot Admin Server version 2.6 and monitor a service that is running on Spring Boot 2.3 using Spring Boot Admin Client version 2.3.
Having trouble with codecentric's Spring Boot Admin? We’d like to help!
Check the reference documentation.
Ask a question on stackoverflow.com - we monitor questions tagged with
Ask for help in our spring-boot-admin Gitter chat
Report bugs at http://github.com/codecentric/spring-boot-admin/issues.
Translated version The following reference guides have been translated by users of Spring Boot Admin and are not part of the official bundle. The maintainers of Spring Boot Admin will not update and maintain the guides mentioned below.
Trademarks and licenses
The source code of codecentric's Spring Boot Admin is licensed under Apache License 2.0
Spring, Spring Boot and Spring Cloud are trademarks of Pivotal Software, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
You can access snapshot builds from the sonatype snapshot repository by adding the following to your
<repository> <id>sba-snapshot</id> <name>Spring Boot Admin Snapshots</name> <url>https://maven.pkg.github.com/codecentric/spring-boot-admin</url> <snapshots> <enabled>true</enabled> </snapshots> <releases> <enabled>false</enabled> </releases> </repository>
- JDK >= 1.8
Please make sure you set
$JAVA_HOME points to the correct JDK.
./mvnw clean package
See CONTRIBUTING.md file.