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How to Monitor URL like Business application performance monitoring using sitescope

Hi Everyone,

We are having critical business application deployed  in tomcat and we are trying to monitor the same application using HPsitescope. Basically we are looking to monitor Application Performance and latency along with the each Business Critical Transaction with help of this software but got stuck. Can someone please help us to provide an idea to configure and get output of it, We have tried Documentation but only able to configure static url.

We need to configure Login --> authentication --> UrlTransactions  with help of this software and try to analyse it.

Any help appreciated ..  Thank you.

Ganesh

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you can use URL sequence monitor if there are several steps you want to monitor.

you can also record the business process using VuGen and run the script using SiS (but i think it requires different license from SiS).

with both these options you will just be able to report the data to 1 CI, most customers will use Business Application CIT. you can then create more HIs (health indicators) to provide more insights on the issue.

if you want the breakdown in which step there was an issue then you should use BPM (business process monitor) which allows you to record script using VuGen or TruClient and will give you much more granular data (on topology as well as monitored metrics). BPM obviously requires its own license and cannot run as standalone (which SiS can). it must be connected to APM (application performance management).

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Thanks and Appreciate on your responce...

I am new wiht HP site scope and Do not have any experience.. I need help or Document with steps to configure APM solutuions with HP sitescope.. I am presently using HP sitescope Trial edition, Please let me know If we can do this.

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