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This is true because traditional implementation of end-user-focused monitoring doesn't provide:
- Enough information to localize the problem;
- Enough information to perform root-cause analysis;
- A proactive view of events - only an after-the-fact look at the problem.
- Provide sufficient information to localize the problem;
- Locate the problem not just to a server but often to a specific component or resource within that server;
- Allow correlation analysis of symptoms to pinpoint a specific root cause;
- Provide proactive alerting on the basis of trend analysis of resource utilization and component performance.
- Get educated about runtime and end-to-end monitoring in order to be prepared to proactively manage SOA deployments from the very start.
- Consider all the layers, servers and protocols you support to avoid the need to buy expensive and difficult add-ons that will need costly framework integration.
- Understand that you want tools that will meet the needs of the entire SOA support team, including operations staff and SOA infrastructure administrators, as well as the developers producing the business logic.
- Realize that any chosen solution should be designed for easy deployment and should be noninvasive.
Following these steps will provide a good start down the path to success with an SOA approach.
Source: Article written by Richard Ptak, founder and partner at Ptak, Noel & Associates.