If you have worked with business-critical IT services, you already know how powerful Java Enterprise Applications can be. Java technology is widely used as the middleware on which the business logic of multi-tier infrastructures resides.
Enterprises have a variety of application components running on standard Java application servers like Oracle WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, Glassfish, Apache Tomcat and JBoss, to name a few. Its clear that Java Application performance management has never been more difficult or more crucial; what with Java Apps running some of the most critical business application workloads.
All Java applications, whether client-server or web-based, run on the Java Virtual Machine…
Some frequently answered questions of the Application, Source and Destination tabs in NetFlow Analyzer have been handled in this blog.
Our primary focus would be on the ‘Applications’ tab which displays information on the applications used in the link along with the amount of data handled by that particular application and the bandwidth consumption involved.
NetFlow Analyzer maps the application on the basis of the port and protocol used in a conversation. Application mapping is done by prioritizing the lower port number used in a conversation. We cannot map the application name based on source/destination port number. For example,
Src IP &n…