Chapter 11. JMX/JMAPI: Java Management API

  • What Is Network Management?

  • Modifying Clients for JMAPI

  • Modifying Servers for JMAPI

Since the original publication of this book the Java Management API has been renamed Management Extensions and placed under the Java Community Process. In June 1999 at SuperComm '99 Sun Microsystems announced the availability of the Public Draft of the Java Management Extensions (JMX) specification. Sun and a number of leaders in the field of enterprise management—Powerware, IBM, Computer Associates, BullSoft, TIBCO, and Xylan—jointly developed the specification.

JMX is built on the JMAPI foundation and draws on Sun's experience with the Java Dynamic Management Toolkit (JDMT). The JDMT has been out and in the hands of developers ...

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