How do I see the Metrics (Running now) if the app is in the virtual private cloud?

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In the Mendix Cloud we could see the "Running Now" section under the "Metrics" section. There we could see the list of running microflows, see the stack of tasks, and stop/kill those microflows.  Is there a possibility to somehow do it in our own cloud? I know there‚Äôs an REST API available within every application by default (I need to configure the M2EE password only) so that we could monitor and meter its microflows/processes. Is it the only way? Or might be there already some tool/app/service created for such needs?
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Mendix has something called APM, which is a paid service.

You could configure APM in your application and add your application to that APM portal.

This will given you much more information on a fine grained level.

- Which microflow

- Which activity

- What is causing performance issues etc.

https://docs.mendix.com/addons/apd-addon/rg-two-apm

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This one from memory because currently I have no longer Mendix application running on premise. But if I recall correctly when logging into those systems with m2ee you could issue an command to see which microflows are running and stop those. I never used a private cloud but my assumption would be that m2ee is available there also. For the documentation see github: https://github.com/mendix/m2ee-tools/blob/master/doc/README.md

Regards,

Ronald

 

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Just wanted to mention that APM has been renamed to APD
Application Performance Monitoring and you can find it here 

https://www.mansystems.com/smart-digital-factory/tooling/apd

 

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