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Spring Recipes, Second Edition by Daniel Rubio, Josh Long, Gary Mak

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Chapter 18. Spring in the Enterprise

In this chapter, you will learn about Spring's support for three common technologies on the Java EE platform: Java Management Extensions (JMX), sending e-mail, and scheduling tasks.

JMX is a technology or managing and monitoring system resources such as devices, applications, objects, and service-driven networks. The specification offers powerful features for managing systems at runtime and for adapting legacy systems. These resources are represented by managed beans (MBeans). Originally, JMX was distributed separately, but it has been part of Java SE since version 5.0. JMX has seen many improvements, but the original specification JSR 03 is very old! Spring supports JMX by allowing you to export any Spring ...

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