One of the issues I ran into right away while deploying the monitoring solution described in the above post was an internal topology managed by UrbanCode Deploy whereby each of the agent host machines had quirks and issues that required me to constantly tweak the monitoring install process. (Fixing yum and apt-get repositories, removing conflicts, installing unexpectedly missing libraries, conflicting JDKs.) The reason for this? Each machine was installed by different people who installed the operating systems and the UrbanCode Deploy Agent in different ways with different options. It would have been great if all nodes were consistent and it would have made my life much easier.
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