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The Remote (Standalone) mode is useful when you work on a complex, multi-node app with a complicated backend-frontend relations. Read more…more… 


How does it work?

  1. You deploy MoSKito-Central, thus setting up a local storage server.
  2. You connect MoSKito-Central and MoSKito-Core, that is integrated into your application. 
    The communication between Central and Core is established through MoSKito plug-in, that uses customised connectors for transferring data over different protocols:
    • REST connector for HTTP transfer, 
    • DistributeMe connector for RMI transfer,
    • Embedded connector for direct communication.
  3. After communication is established, you set up the storage configuration so that MoSKito-Central could store performance data:
    • in memory,
    • in filesystem with JSON, XML and CSV files (or other file formats), or
    • in SQL and non-SQL databases.