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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Automatic scaling decisions based on performance metrics
Date Mon, 08 Feb 2010 14:01:56 GMT
On 08/02/2010 13:05, Shashank Rachamalla wrote:
> Hi
>
> I am currently involved in developing a module which performs automatic
> scaling of application server instances based on their performance. I am
> using JMX to pull data pertaining to server and underlying jvm on which
> the applications are deployed. I can also collect performance data for
> guest operating system.  We are using mod_jk as load balancer. The
> challenging task here is to decide when to scale out and when to scale
> in. Please suggest some strategies used to determine the load at a
> cluster level based on which scaling decisions can be taken. Also can
> any scaling decisions be taken by considering performance statistics of
> a single instance in a cluster.

Excellent!  This sounds like a great idea for an open source project.
Where is it hosted?  I might be interested in contributing...


p

> The following are parameters currently monitored for each server
> instance.
>
> Guest OS
>
> 1) CPU Usage
> 2) Swap Usage
>
> JVM
>
> 1) JVM Free Memory
>
> App Server ( context is / )
>
> 1) Maximum Request Processing Time.
> 2) Number of errors processing requests.
> 3) Number of errors encountered while processing requests.
>
> Regards,
> Shashank
>
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