QuartzDesk is a Java Quartz scheduler management and monitoring GUI/tool with many powerful and unique features. It is aimed at Java developers using the Quartz scheduler in their applications and system administrators/operations personnel looking after these applications.
|Tags||Quartz Scheduler management Monitoring Web Application|
|Licenses||Evaluation Commercial Free but restricted|
|Operating Systems||all Java capable systems|
Release Notes: A 50%+ improvement in QuartzDesk Web Application load/start time. Support for H2 databases (all operating modes are supported: memory, file, and TCP). Adds tooltips to all forms. Adds data maintenance tasks for individual registered scheduler connections. QuartzDesk JVM Agent can automatically start a JMXMP connector for the JVM the agent has been installed in. A new AgentInitializer API to enable developers to embed the QuartzDesk JVM Agent into their standalone Java applications. Numerous other improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: Support for deployments to Oracle WebLogic 11g (10.3.x) and 12c (12.1.x) that are now on the list of officially supported QuartzDesk platforms. All grids have user-friendly context menus. Drops support for the Skype IM protocol from channel profiles due to Microsoft discontinuing SkypeKit API support (as of Dec 2013) with no replacement API. Other improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: Support for SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3 message channels allowing users to integrate QuartzDesk with their favorite SNMP-enabled Network Monitoring System to monitor Quartz jobs and triggers. Visual trigger editors that allow users to add new, edit / clone existing triggers. Users can also preview extended trigger attributes in all trigger grids. QuartzDesk 1.4.0 supports all 6 trigger types provided by Quartz 1.8.x up to the latest Quartz 2.2.1. Numerous improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release introduces the Currently Executing Jobs tab, where you can view the list of all currently executing jobs and their triggers. Interruptible Quartz jobs can be easily interrupted by using the new Interrupt Job button available in the new tab. The tab also provides a "real-time" view of the log messages produced by individual executing jobs.