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From Suresh Marru <>
Subject Re: clarification
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2013 13:23:11 GMT
Hi Prabhakar,

Unfortunately in the current state No. This is interesting use case thought, never thought
about it this way. So if you are looking for a out of the box solution, then no Airavata will
not help. If you are looking to develop such features using existing tools, then we can probably
think through, but that will be significant effort. 

A good place for you to find if any of the existing apache projects can do what you are looking
for is You can send an email to and
ask a question to help you point in the right direction. 


On Sep 25, 2013, at 9:01 AM, Prabhakar M <> wrote:

> Suresh,
> I am Prabhakar Mynampati, Senior Enterprise Architect working for HCL. My intension is
whether I can use these monitoring frameworks for BFSI domain applications like front office,
middle office and back office applications. These applications are built with different technologies
like J2EE, dot net and other custom applications? Will these Iravata helpful for monitoring
those applications input/output feeds in real time ( during live) ?
> Regards
> Prabhakar M
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Suresh Marru [] 
> Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 5:12 PM
> To:
> Cc: Prabhakar M
> Subject: Re: clarification
> Hi Prabhakar,
> What kind of an application is it? Airavata primarily works well with command line applications
only and doesn't have good (none) support for GUI based applications. It can monitor applications
running on HPC systems (typically linux) and managed by a batch queuing system like PBS/SGE.
There are integrations for Cloud systems like Amazon EC2. If your application is a command
line Unix/Solaris environment, yes Airavata can provide a graphical/programatic interface
to the application. But monitoring as of now, it can only say, application is invoked, successed/failed
and so forth. Any other detail is possible but application ail need to be instrumented. 
> If you can describe your use case a bit more, we can better answer your question. 
> Suresh
> On Sep 25, 2013, at 2:38 AM, Prabhakar M <> wrote:
>> Hi Team,
>> My applications are running in Unix / Solaris environment. Can I able use these Iravata
monitoring frameworks for monitoring ?
>> Regards
>> Prabhakar M
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