Hawtio is a lightweight and modular Web console for managing Java applications.
Hawtio has lots of plugins such as: Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, JMX, OSGi, Logs, Spring Boot, and Diagnostics. You can dynamically extend Hawtio with your own plugins or automatically discover plugins inside the JVM.
The only server side dependency (other than the static HTML/CSS/JS/images) is the excellent Jolokia library which has small footprint (around 300KB) and is available as a JVM agent, or comes embedded as a servlet inside the
hawtio-default.war or can be deployed as an OSGi bundle.
- Running an executable JAR
- Running a Spring Boot app
- Deploying on Apache Karaf
- Deploying on OpenShift
For more details and other containers, see Get Started Guide.
Running an executable JAR
You can start up Hawtio on your machine using the hawtio-app executable JAR.
Once you have downloaded it, just run this from the command line:
java -jar hawtio-app-2.12.0.jar
Running a Spring Boot app
Attaching the Hawtio console to your Spring Boot app is simple.
io.hawt:hawtio-springbootto the dependencies in
<dependency> <groupId>io.hawt</groupId> <artifactId>hawtio-springboot</artifactId> <version>2.12.0</version> </dependency>
Enable the Hawtio and Jolokia endpoints by adding the following line in
Now you should be able to run Hawtio in your Spring Boot app as follows:
Opening http://localhost:8080/actuator/hawtio should show the Hawtio console.
See Spring Boot example for a working example app.
Deploying on Apache Karaf
If you are using Apache Karaf 4.x and above:
feature:repo-add hawtio 2.12.0 feature:install hawtio
This will install all the features required for Hawtio. The Hawtio console can then be viewed at http://localhost:8181/hawtio.
Karaf versions prior to 4.x are not supported.
We love contributions! Here are the resources on how to get you involved in Hawtio development.
- Change Log
- How to contribute
- How to build the code
- How to get started working on the code
Check out the GitHub issues for finding issues to work on.
Hawtio is licensed under Apache License, Version 2.0.