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Java Management Extensions

April 12, 2004

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Book Excerpt






"The Java Management Extensions (JMX) specification defines the architecture, services, and API for the distributed management of resources using Java. JMX can be used to instrument everything from network hardware to applications, enabling you to build your own applications that manage these instrumented resources. This chapter focuses on how WebLogic Server is itself instrumented, and how this enables you to create applications that monitor and manage various aspects of a WebLogic domain and its deployed applications."

This book excerpt is from "WebLogic: The Definitive Guide" by Jon Mountjoy and Avinash Chugh, ISBN 059600432X, copyright 2004. All
rights reserved. This chapter is posted with permission from O'Reilly and Associates.

We are presenting this book excerpt as a PDF download. The file size is a little under 600KB. Download Chapter 20: "JMX".

Jon Mountjoy works primarily with XML and J2EE technologies, though all sorts of technologies excite him.
Cliff Schmidt manages standards and open source strategy for BEA's WebLogic Workshop product.
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