New Relic, Inc., the leading software-as-a-service provider of application performance management solutions, today announced that New Relic RPM supports the performance management of Java applications deployed on the popular JBoss Application Server, a core feature of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. Now, organizations deploying mission-critical Java web applications on JBoss Application Server can use the RPM on-demand application management solution to monitor application health, troubleshoot performance issues, and continuously tune them for scalability.
New Relic RPM is an on-demand web application management solution that offers comprehensive capabilities for monitoring, troubleshooting and tuning. Support for Java application management was announced this week by New Relic as part of the general availability of Version 2 of RPM. JBoss Application Server includes important features and is a key element of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, which utilizes the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) programming approach and is Red Hat’s current solution for highly transactional applications. Together, JBoss Application Server and RPM help customers to deploy and manage web applications that meet stringent demands for performance and availability.
"Our leading ePublishing Core Platform, which is deployed on JBoss Application Server, provides publishers with industry-leading services such as Content Management, eCommerce, Email Newsletters, Workflow, Community Features and more," said Trey Connell, Chief Technology Officer at ePublishing. "Ensuring 24x7 availability and superior performance for our customers is absolutely essential. I installed New Relic and within minutes had access to performance data that can help me proactively monitor our applications and identify issues before they affect end users. JBoss and New Relic is a great combination."
"Companies deploying critical applications on JBoss Application Server understand the importance of superior reliability and performance," said Bill Lapcevic, New Relic’s vice president of business development. "Whether deployed in the Cloud or in a dedicated server environment, RPM offers essential capabilities for ensuring that critical Java web applications are meeting or exceeding performance objectives, end-user expectations, and business goals."