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Monitor Connectors

You can view performance metrics for supported connectors in your application such as what operation is being performed, how long the operations are taking, and whether they are succeeding or failing.

This feature requires a Titanium Subscription and the Unified Agent.

Supported Mule Versions

Custom metrics are supported on:

  • Hybrid apps running on Mule 4.2.0, 4.1.x, 3.9.x, or 3.8.7-AM

  • CloudHub apps running on Mule 4.2.0, 4.1.x

Supported Connectors

The type of connector determines the charts that are displayed.

Connector Charts

Anypoint MQ (Inbound)

  • Requests: Average number of Anypoint MQ connector inbound requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Anypoint MQ connector inbound requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Anypoint MQ connector inbound request failures, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

Anypoint MQ (Outbound)

  • Requests: Average number of Anypoint MQ connector outbound requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Anypoint MQ connector outbound requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Anypoint MQ connector outbound request failures, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

Database

  • Requests: Average number of Database connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Database connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Database connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

FTP

  • Requests: Average number of FTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of FTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of FTP connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

HTTP

  • Requests: Average number of HTTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of HTTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of HTTP connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

Object Store

  • Requests: Average number of Object Store connector requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Object Store connector requests, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Object Store connector request failures, grouped by operation and automatic intervals

Salesforce

  • Requests: Average number of Salesforce connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Salesforce connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Salesforce connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

SFTP

  • Requests: Average number of SFTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of SFTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of SFTP connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

SMTP

  • Requests: Average number of SMTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of SMTP connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of SMTP connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

Web Services

  • Requests: Average number of Web Services connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of Web Services connector requests, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of Web Services connector request failures, grouped by automatic intervals

Other

The connector type "Other" is any connector not specified in this table.

  • Requests: Average number of requests of connectors of type Other, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Response Time: Average response time of requests of connectors of type Other, grouped by automatic intervals

  • Failures: Average number of request failures of other types of connectors, grouped by automatic intervals

Access Connector Monitoring

  1. Sign into Anypoint Platform and navigate to Anypoint Monitoring.

  2. Select the environment and resource name, then click View.
    To view performance information, the resource you select must contain a supported connector with data.

  3. In the Built-in dashboards page, click Connectors.
    If you don’t see the Connectors tab, verify that you have a Titanium subscription to Anypoint Platform, and that the app you selected is running on a supported version of Mule.
    The Connectors page displays the metrics for connectors.

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