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About Terracotta Documentation


This documentation is about Terracotta DSO, an advanced distributed-computing technology aimed at meeting special clustering requirements.

Terracotta products without the overhead and complexity of DSO meet the needs of almost all use cases and clustering requirements. To learn how to migrate from Terracotta DSO to standard Terracotta products, see Migrating From Terracotta DSO. To find documentation on non-DSO (standard) Terracotta products, see Terracotta Documentation. Terracotta release information, such as release notes and platform compatibility, is found in Product Information.

Release: 3.6
Publish Date: November, 2011

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Terracotta Developer Console

The Terracotta Developer Console delivers a full-featured monitoring and diagnostics tool aimed at the development and testing phases of an application clustered with Terracotta. Use the Developer Console to isolate issues, discover tuning opportunities, observe application behavior with clustering, and learn how the cluster holds up under load and failure conditions. The console functions as a JMX client with a graphical user interface.

Enterprise versions of Terracotta also include the Terracotta Operations Center, a GUI operator's console offering features such as backups of shared data, client disconnect, and server shutdown controls. To learn more about the many benefits of an enterprise version of Terracotta, see our [Enterprise Products|enterprise:Products].

Using the console, you can perform the following tasks:

  • Monitor and manage applications using Ehcache, Ehcache for Hibernate, Quartz Scheduler, and Web Sessions.
  • Monitor the health of servers and clients under changing conditions.
  • Trigger distributed garbage collection operations.
  • View cluster-wide statistics.
  • Record cluster statistics for later display.
  • Receive console status and server log messages in a console window.
  • Find exactly which classes are being shared in the cluster.

For complete documentation on the Terracotta Developer Console, see .

More information on the following topics is available in other Terracotta documentation:

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