Monitor and troubleshoot IBM WebSphere from multiple locations in real time, as well as the applications that are using it.

GSX for WebSphere provides IT administrators with a comprehensive view of the performance and availability of the WebSphere Applications Servers from multiple locations.

The particular WebSphere component is critical for business-critical applications, such as IBM Connections. Monitoring health of WebSphere Application Server & WebSphere nodes ensures that applications are fully functional.

GSX for IBM WebSphere identifies and troubleshoot issues related to memory leaks and memory exceptions in your WebSphere servers. It enables the administrator to take preemptive action before any failures of the system or latency for the user.

The new GSX Gizmo is a powerful web-based dashboard that gives the IT team the information they need, at the time they need it. Read more >>

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  • Powerful real time dashboard: Benefit from a single dashboard that delivers all your IBM WebSphere performance metrics from multiple locations, allowing you to detect IT bottlenecks ahead of time.
  • End-to-end performance monitoring: The dashboard displays the real-time status of webpages, WebSphere Application Server and Database backend (DB2 and SQL).
  • IBM WebSphere Availability:Keep track of anything that directly impacts infrastructure performance, including the status and health of the deployment manager, or any other critical WebSphere nodes and JVM. It also checks the CPU usage, Heap size, memory used, and more. It delivers the right information at the right time, and enables the administrator to take preemptive action before any failures of the system.
  • End User WebSphere application Availability and Performance: GSX calculates the availability and the load time of every critical application, allowing proactive alerts on potential end-user latency. GSX also measures the network performance between your users and the data center in order to detect the probable root cause of the latency.
  • IBM DB2 and SQL Availability:GSX checks the availability and performance of the backend of your application. It constantly measures the health of the database server, as well as its usage, in order to detect potential issues. See our solutions for DB2 and SQL for more information.
  • System Performance Monitoring: Identify and troubleshoot issues related to memory leaks and memory exceptions in your WebSphere environment.
  • Proactive notifications:Detect any peak of charge or latency issue, and be instantly alerted. Set up predefined thresholds on performance and anticipate potential issues before they impact the business line.
  • Combine GSX for IBM WebSphere with other GSX monitoring capabilities to get full end-to-end monitoring: GSX for IBM DB2, IBM Connections and more.