There are currently no UI tools for AppFabric caching.
If you want to monitor a cache cluster there are a few oprions:
1) Use performance counters to view the statistics.
2) Use the GetCacheStatistics and other PowerShell cmdlets to get the cache information.
With either of these you could build a basic UI to monitor a cache cluster.
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Currently there is no official UI tool for monitoring appfabric cluster. Do let us know the specific features which you would like to see and find useful in case we do ship a UI tool with the next release. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.
actually it is very painful to perform appfabric cache administration task using powershell command, because it does not give clear picture of cache status when we use commands like get-cachestatistics or get-cacheclusterhealth. It would be great if next release has an UI administration tool which helps us monitor current cache cluster status, like keys in region, memory usage and performance graph.
- Edited by Bibhuti Bhushan Wednesday, July 04, 2012 10:40 AM