The Java Log Collector for jKool

Delivers:

Streaming of application data to jKool

Real-time visualization and analytics of Java applications

Supports Log4j, SLF4J and Logback

The screenshots on this page are examples created by making a simple change to the Log4j configuration file for the application AutoPilot, adding jKool as a target

Making a similar change to your application’s Log4j/SLF4J/Logback config file and specifying jKool as a destination will stream your data to the jKool SaaS

The jKQL queries shown here were derived from the Sample dashboard that comes with jKool

Chatty Classes


Chatty Classes

This Viewlet shows the 10 most chatty events over the last hour.

Breakdown by Method


Breakdown by Method

This is a Scorecard Viewlet. It is showing a breakdown by method grouped by name, location, severity and message.

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Breakdown by Resource

Breakdown by Resource

This is a Column Chart Viewlet. It is showing the number of each event and grouping them by Resource Name and Severity.

Event Frequency

Event Frequency

This is a Stack Chart Viewlet. It is showing the minimum, maximum and average elapsed time for each event today in hourly buckets.

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