It’s possible to monitor the mbeams provided by the java engines with SCOM. Out of the box SCOM Doesn’t discover these applications automatically. There are some more steps needed to complete this.
The steps I followed:
– Download and import the SCOM JEE Management packs from: Download
– Install a SCOM Monitoring agent on the application server.
– Enable agent proxy on the SCOM agent (SCOM Console -> Administration -> Agent Managed -> Right click -> Allow this agent to act as proxy).
– Open port 8080 from the SCOM Management server to the application server.
– Search for the “beanspy.war” files on the SCOM Management server. Usually located in a subfolder of: “C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012 R2\Operations Manager\Server\Health Service State\Resources”
– In my case i used an application server without authentication so i need the beanspy.notauth.war.
– Rename the beanspy.notauth.war to beanspy.war.
– Deploy beanspy.war to youre application web server, in my case tomcat-7.0.
– Restart the application web server services to load beanspy.war.
– Check if the beanspy module is loaded: browse http://URL:8080/BeanSpy/MBeans?JMXQuery=*:*
– Add the application server with the .\NewJEEAppServer.ps1 powershell script.
– .\NewJEEAppServer.ps1 -ManagementServer FQDN -JEEAppServerType Tomcat -JEEAppServerVersion 7 -Target http://FQDN:8080
– In my situation the standard query defined in the JEE Management packs discovered nothing. (http://FQDN:8080/BeanSpy/MBeans?JMXQuery=Catalina:j2eeType=WebModule,*). I changed this by overriding the default discovery settings with (*:*). And I changed the discovery interval.
– Now you can create JEE Monitors with the pre-defined Management pack templates.