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You can use Glowroot Glowroot is Open source Java Application Monitor. Very easy to use and Very low overhead. Steps to run: Download and unzip glowroot-0.13.4-dist.zip add -javaagent:path/to/glowroot.jar to your application's JVM args Go to http://localhost:4000 and monitor all this


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You could use graylog with the GELF logformat from your apps as central logserver, we do this with highly distributed systems. So you would be able to get errors and troughput metrics as graphs to. Or if you need more insights pinpoint


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