The JBossMX project is a JBoss application server implementation of the Java Management Extensions technology. It is optimized for speed in the MBean server invocation bus, and will support many advanced features such as security, transactions, MBean server federation, and fail-over.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks Java Libraries Monitoring Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This developer release includes the JBossMX Remoting package.
Release Notes: This release includes JMX 1.1 serialization changes and an Open MBeans implementation.
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Release Notes: JBossMX 1.0 implements the JMX 1.0 specification: Standard, Dynamic and Model MBean instrumentation, MBean Queries, Timer, MLet, Monitoring and Relation Services. Additional features include XMBean Model MBean implementation supporting externalization of the management interfaces to an XML file, high quality logging allowing you to plug in different log frameworks (including Log4j and JDK1.4 logging), performance optimizations for Standard MBean invocations and interceptor-based invocation design, and pluggable MBean registries and classloader repositories.
Release Notes: This release contains all the functionality required by the JMX 1.0 specification. All standard services are implemented: Monitoring, MLet, Relation, and Timer. This also includes an interceptor architecture, advanced logging, and bytecode optimized Standard MBean invocations.