Product Features

Management Center

Hazelcast Management Center enables monitoring and management of nodes running Hazelcast. This includes monitoring the overall state of clusters, as well as detailed analysis and browsing of data structures in real-time, updating map configurations, and taking thread dumps from nodes.

Get deep insights during development with Management Center

With its scripting and console module, the Hazelcast Management Center can run scripts (JavaScript, Groovy, etc.) and commands across all nodes. The Management Center also provides a Hazelcast Jet module to monitor and manage running Jet jobs. It comes with a visual tool to analyze the data flow and detect potential bottlenecks in real time. Crucially, developers can observe clusters in real time and gain far more insight into what is occurring “under the hood.”

During development, Management Center provides deep insights. In production, it can be directly used by IT operations or integrated with enterprise monitoring tools using REST and JMX. It can also provide dedicated controls for WAN Replication for monitoring replication.


Cluster Statistics

The home page of the Management Center provides a dashboard-style overview. For each node, it displays at-a-glance statistics to quickly gauge the status and health of each member, as well as the cluster as a whole.

Data Structure Statistics and Browsing

Insights into the usage and status of distributed data structures is provided by the Caches, Maps, Queues, Topics, MultiMaps, and Executors pages, which provide a drill-down view into the operational statistics of individual data structures.

Centralized Monitoring and Management

Centralized monitoring and management of each cluster member is available on the member's page. Each member’s CPU and memory utilization, runtime properties, partition count and configuration is available at a glance.


Centralized Management API

Hazelcast nodes expose a JMX management interface with statistics on distributed data structures and the state of node internals. The Management Center provides JMX and REST APIs to view and control cluster aspects from a single endpoint. The Enterprise Management Center provides JMX and REST APIs to view and control cluster aspects from a single endpoint.