|Re: Contribution to TPTP [message #122131 is a reply to message #122078]
||Tue, 05 February 2008 09:49
| Georg Schmidt
Registered: July 2009
thanks to your response. I will contact the COSMOS team also.
Indeed we are monitoring production systems... But also during development
and configuration modifcation. Performance engeneering in general... its
starting in the development.... (who i have to tell ;-) you are much more in
than i ) I mean... gathering method level metrics is not all and it should
be concidered on a higher level. Take a look onto the performance counters
of your OS (when you are using windows). I want to have this feature
seamlessly in any application. I wan't to be able to optimize in any level
of the application lifecycle [dev; test; configuration; deployment;
production;]... and TPTP is making the connection to OS and the hardware
We have spend some month to get it running...
I got into touch with your project cause of the following reasons.
* We are using TPTP for monitoring the OS
* We have made an Agent (i am not the tech guy who made it... please correct
me if incorrect) that is able to collect data from the performance counters
* We are now able to do what we have done before in .NET (but better)...
creating a relationship between our app and the OS
* I wanted to give something back.
"Oliver E Cole" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi Georg:
> I am the TPTP PMC lead. A tough job, let me tell you......
> Looks like you all are attacking a big problem area. I think that the
> alignment might be better with COSMOS rather than TPTP. Your project
> seems to be targeted to monitoring of the actual production system,
> whereas TPTP is more focused on the test areas: pre-production.
> Certainly, some of our measurement software could be used by you, but TPTP
> is not heading in the direction of monitoring a production system.
> We could probably get someone to chat to you regarding specific things
> that you would like from TPTP.
> Georg Schmidt wrote:
>> Hi TPTP project members,
>> we (brox and empolis) are currently propsing a eclipse project called
>> EILF (http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/eilf/).
>> Our project has the area of information management and we are using TPTP
>> for measureing performance.
>> We have developed an extension that matches the M$ approach of
>> performance counters.
>> These performance counters could be embedded into the application via
>> OSGi bundles.
>> We are planing to use these components for application monitoring in our
>> Is your team interested in a contribution?
>> Georg Schmidt
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