Plumbr is a monitoring system designed to detect issues in Java applications. It can be used to discover problems such as memory leaks, garbage collection pauses, and slow HTTP operations. Plumbr offers one plan billed annually or on a monthly basis. The Plumbr API is used only to retrieve data resources. This API is REST based, exchanges information in JSON format, and requires HTTP Basic authentication.
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09-12-16 18:50:26[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2016: Application Development and Developer Tools updated with Related API Plumbr
31-03-16 13:46:43[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Engine Yard, CloudFlare, Plumbr, DeepGram, Proxy Spider updated with Related API Plumbr