JENNOM - Java Enterprise Network Nodes Monitoring.

JENNOM – Java Enterprise Network Nodes Monitoring.

JENNOM – Java Enterprise Network Nodes Monitor, project is free, portable, cross-platform and 100%-pure java. At first Jennom use ICMP to check nodes, if it is unavailable, it tries to check with TCP/echo. In addition, Jennom calculate loss packets and all sending packets – see please ‘Loss/All’ column. Support filtering by different fields and export data to PDF/XLS/XML/CSV files

Use standart OS ICMP packet-size – Linux=64 bytes, Windows=32 bytes. When any node change state, Jennom write message to local DB, send message to remote syslog-server and can send email for you. Only state changes will be fixed ! Support both IPv4 and IPv6. Successfully tested in Windows and Linux with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers for more 200 nodes. Developed by JavaEE stack technologies: JSF + PrimeFaces, CDI, JPA, EJB, Security – Apache Shiro, and JavaEE certified server Apache TomEE v1.7.4. (jax-rs release).

jennom

Dependencies:
+ Java 1.8

Features
+ Project is free, portable, cross-platform and 100%-pure java
+ Jennom use ICMP to check nodes, if it is unavailable, it tries to check with TCP/echo.
+ Jennom calculate loss packets and all sending packets
+ Support filtering by different fields and export data to PDF/XLS/XML/CSV files
+ Support logging to local DB, remote syslog-server and can send email for you..
+ Only state changes are fixed.
+ Support both IPv4 and IPv6.
+ Based on client-server architecture
+ After run jennom-server try “http://<your-server-IP>:8080/jennom/” in web-browser
+ Successfully tested in Windows and Linux with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers for more 200 nodes.

Download: jennom_jee_build_20-10-17_bin.zip (62.1 MB)
Source: https://sourceforge.net/projects/jennom/