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Using JMX to manage Web services from the perspective of service providers, registry providers, and users.
Java is now used with increasing frequency to develop mission-critical applications. Standard Management Functions Web Service Management Web Service Stack Timer Notification Operations 7. MBeanServer Query Methods 5. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
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Behavior of the Model MBean 4. Canonical Usage Pattern 6. Vigor Soft hawkEye A. Designing with JMX 9.
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The book’s coverage includes: As JMX is increasingly accepted into the fields of embedded systems, enterprise systems, and telephony, it is clear that all Java developers will encounter JMX before long.
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Java™ and JMX: Building Manageable Systems
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