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alternative to Java Management Extension

 
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Hi everyone,

The project I am working on extensively makes use of JMX Mbean’s ( Java Management Extension ) .
This includes using of its capabilities like monitoring, scheduling , you can perform start and stop operations on MBeans
The Mbeans are deployed on separate Unix server other than where application server is deployed.

So My question, Is there any alternative to using JMX which provides all the capabilities ?

Any insights will be greatly helpful

Aruna.
 
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