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JMX monitoring in AEM as Cloud service

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Hi All,

 

Is there anything already available in AEM as Cloud service either in Splunk or New Relic to monitor JMX to detect Replication agent or Sling jobs getting stuck?

 

If yes, could someone share documentation that details out the process on how to do this?

 

Thanks,

Ram

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Hi @rampai 

Well, Splunk is there but it forwards only logs related to deployment pipeline AFAIK so it doesn't have anything related to Sling jobs. 
Replication agent doesn't apply to cloud service as it uses Sling Distribution. 

For the sling jobs running in AEMaaCS, I'd suggest go through following article. This is not related to monitoring but explains how sling jobs should be there in AEMaaCS. 
https://saurabhkharesk.medium.com/sling-jobs-in-aem-as-a-cloud-service-c7db07f6f97

I don't see any official documentation as well related to it. So, I think best would be to create a support ticket.


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Hi @rampai 

Well, Splunk is there but it forwards only logs related to deployment pipeline AFAIK so it doesn't have anything related to Sling jobs. 
Replication agent doesn't apply to cloud service as it uses Sling Distribution. 

For the sling jobs running in AEMaaCS, I'd suggest go through following article. This is not related to monitoring but explains how sling jobs should be there in AEMaaCS. 
https://saurabhkharesk.medium.com/sling-jobs-in-aem-as-a-cloud-service-c7db07f6f97

I don't see any official documentation as well related to it. So, I think best would be to create a support ticket.