New in Applications Manager: VMware vFabric RabbitMQ Monitoring and more

We recently released version 10.3 of Applications Manager. Here
I take you through the gist of what had gone into this release.

Support for
monitoring VMware vFabric RabbitMQ

Applications Manager has included, VMware vFabric RabbitMQ,
an enterprise messaging middleware from the vFabric family, to its list of
supported monitors.

With support for monitoring vFabric RabbitMQ server, an
ideal and increasingly popular messaging solution for cloud computing, we will now
be able to ensure your RabbitMQ system is sending and receiving messages
without any problems. It will aid you in tracking the performance of components
like queues, messages, channels, connections and exchanges.

RabbitMQ Nodes

Now, with the support for monitoring vFabric tc Server and
vFabric RabbitMQ, we are providing our customers have a common tool to monitor
the SpringSource based applications.

Ability to use LDAP
Server for User authentication  

User administration in Applications Manager has become
easier. You can now import users from Active
Directory using Active Directory (AD) authentication
module. Users
imported from the Active Directory can log in to Applications Manager using
their Active Directory credentials.

Support for embedding
different world map views

World Map Business View in Applications Manager now enables
network administrators to have a visual representation of their distributed network
across the globe. It provides them a geographical view of their business

Additional enhancements in this release include, the option
to customize logo in reports, web client GUI enhancements and support for
monitoring SSLv3 enabled websites in URL monitoring.

Here is a screenshot tour of our latest
features. You can also check out the new version, by upgrading to the latest version of
Applications Manager.

Try it out and post your comments on the
new version.

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