How to install OverOps' Java agent & collector on Windows 10; or run collector in a Docker container

How to install OverOps' Java agent & collector on Windows 10; or run collector in a Docker container

May 14, 2021

Daniel Bechtel, Director Global Support at OverOps, demonstrates how to install the OverOps’ Java agent and collector on Windows 10 and how the collector can be run in a Docker container.

For support with installing OverOps, please contact us at Support@OverOps.com or visit us at https://support.overops.com

Install Best Practices:
Java agent works on 64 bit hardware only
Java agent supports Java 8 - Java 11

Install Documentation:
OverOps for Java on Windows.
This article walks you through the process of installing OverOps on your laptop or local PC Java application using Windows.
https://doc.overops.com/docs/install-a-local-windows-collector-and-java-micro-agent

Attach the Java Micro-Agent Introduction.
When the Micro-Agent installation completes, the final step is to attach the Java Micro-Agent to your JVM/application.
https://doc.overops.com/docs/attach-agent-and-test-installation

Install a Collector in Docker Introduction.
The OverOps Collector can be made available to other containers via networking.
https://doc.overops.com/docs/install-a-collector-in-docker

Chapters:
0:14 - Install Java Agent and a local Collector on Windows 10
6:22 - Run a remote collector in a Docker container
10:00 - Local Collector vs Remote Collector (shared memory vs TCP socket)
13:21 - Summary