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RMI Java Agent Extension

RMI Java Agent Extension

RMI Java agent extension that effectively links client-initiated calls with remote server calls, facilitating the monitoring of these interactions.
Once deployed, the client and server transactions will be tied together with Distributed Tracing.

What's included?

dashboards
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RMI Java Agent Extension quickstart contains 1 dashboard. These interactive visualizations let you easily explore your data, understand context, and resolve problems faster.
alerts
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RMI Java Agent Extension observability quickstart contains 4 alerts. These alerts detect changes in key performance metrics. Integrate these alerts with your favorite tools (like Slack, PagerDuty, etc.) and New Relic will let you know when something needs your attention.
Average Heap Memory Used
This alert is triggered when Average Heap Memory Used is higher than 2048 MB for 5 minutes.
Average Transaction Duration
This alert is triggered when Average Transaction Duration is higher than 2 seconds for 5 minutes.
High CPU Utilization
This alert is triggered when the CPU Utilization is above 90%.
Transaction Errors
This alert is triggered when the transaction error count is higher than 5 for 5 minutes.

What is RMI?

RMI stands for Remote Method Invocation. It is a Java-based application programming interface (API) that allows objects in one Java virtual machine (JVM) to invoke methods on objects located in another JVM, whether they are on the same machine or on a remote system. RMI enables distributed computing by providing a mechanism for objects to interact and communicate with each other across different JVMs.

With RMI, a client program can access and invoke methods on remote objects as if they were local objects, abstracting the complexities of network communication and serialization. RMI handles the low-level details of communication, such as marshaling and unmarshaling parameters and results, so developers can focus on writing the application logic.

RMI relies on Java's object serialization mechanism to pass objects between JVMs. It allows objects to be passed as parameters, return values, or exceptions in method invocations, enabling distributed computing scenarios such as remote method calls, distributed object models, and distributed event notification systems.

How to use this quickstart

  • Sign Up for a free New Relic account or Log In to your existing account.
  • Click the install button.
  • Install the quickstart to get started or improve how you monitor your environment. They're filled with pre-built resources like dashboards, instrumentation, and alerts.