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Performance Resources

This topic describes external resources that you can use to monitor and tune performance.

Disclaimer: This topic includes information about third-party products. Please note that while we make every effort to keep references to third-party content accurate, the information we provide here might change without notice. For the most up-to-date information, please consult the documentation for products referenced here.

  • TabJolt. A load generation tool that you can use to understand how Tableau Server responds to user interactions over time. Use TabJolt to establish a baseline for server performance and test deployments before pushing them to production environments.

  • TabMon. A monitoring tool that uses Windows Performance Monitor and Java Management Extensions to record performance data about Tableau Server to a PostGreSQL database.

  • Microsoft System Center. A set of server management products for monitoring, configuration, automation, and more.

  • HP Sitescope. An agentless application monitoring tool.

  • Zabbix. An open-source, real-time monitoring tool.

  • Splunk. A tool for monitoring and analyzing machine data, including logs.

  • Graylog. An open-source log management tool.