Overview of TIBCO Hawk Architecture Components

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HAWK Architecture Components 

This tutorial gives you brief overview of hawk components


  1. GUI to monitor the systems and applications health
  2. Create rule-bases and send them to agents
  3. Any number of displays
  4. Needs rvd to communicate and monitor
  5. Heart-beats from Agents subscribed
  6. Dynamic discovery
  7. Colour code
  8. Display publishes – agents reply
  9. Dead agents


  1. Reside on each machine
  2. Monitor system and applications (on that)
  3. Publish heartbeat at configured interval
  4. Publish health info, when problems are detected
  5. Take necessary actions as specified in the rule base


  1. Tell the agent what to monitor and how often to monitor
  2. What actions to take in case of failure
  3. Any number of rulebases can be assigned to an agent
  4. Created using Hawk Display and exported to agents


  1. These are agents interfaces
  2. Applications using AMI appear as microagents with in agents
  3. AMI (Application Management Interface)


  1. Subscribes and logs all events centrally
  2. External notification for dead agents
  3. Run anywhere on the network


  1. Is a process in which microagents run Continuously runs on the system



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