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 +[11:05:31] <​Hakan>​ Hi
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 +[11:20:55] <​Hakan>​ im a little confused
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 +[11:21:19] <​Hakan>​ my task is to provide metrics about verticles
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 +[11:22:07] <​Hakan>​ ive tried it so far with hawkular and it worked but my boss wasnt satisfied because is was to heavyweight
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 +[11:23:12] <​Hakan>​ in his imagination he wanted to configure all verticles with jmx enabled and then programm just one microservice more which collect to data
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 +[11:23:21] <​Hakan>​ und visualize in grafana
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 +[11:23:48] <​Hakan>​ something like a jmxremote
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 +[11:24:16] <​Hakan>​ my first question: is something like that possible?
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 +[11:24:42] <​Hakan>​ and can you enable jmx for a verticle without dropwizard?
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 +[14:19:19] <​tsegismont>​ Hakan if you're progamming in Java you can publish your own MBeans. Beware of thread safety when reading verticle data though
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 +[14:37:38] <​Hakan>​ is it possible to read out programmatically vertx metrics data?
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 +[14:38:49] <​Hakan>​ and do I have to use dropwizard-framework to turn on vertx metrics data?
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 +[16:36:41] <​Hakan>​ tsegismont, I want to programmatically read vertx metric data
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 +[16:37:21] <​Hakan>​ do I have to publish this data in form of a mbean? if yes, how?
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