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Pradeep bhatt
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Hi
Can some one please tell me what JMX is all about?
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JMX (Java Management Extensions) is an API for exposing a management interface of a component/application/device in a standard, platform-independent way. The core of JMX are the things called MBeans. MBeans are objects that implement one of the standard javax.management.*MBean interfaces. For example, I could write an MBean implementation for an EJB which would allow tweaking certain properties of the EJB at runtime (such as the location of a file, the timeout for obtaining a connection to system X, the algorithm to use for doing foo, etc.).
Start by reading the sample chapter from JMX in Action.
 
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Lasse,

I was reading the JMX white paper.

Corporations and service providers are facing new challenges to manage
service-driven environments in all industry segments.


What is Service -driven environments?
 
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
What is Service -driven environments?

The way I interpret this term is that a "service-driven environment" is pretty much equal to a system (or a system of systems) built using a service-oriented architecture.
 
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