The Java Platform, Standard Edition Java Management Extensions Guide provides an introduction to Java Management Extension technology.
This guide is intended for Java developers who use JMX technology to instrument Java code, create smart Java agents, implement distributed management middleware and managers, and smoothly integrate these solutions into existing management and monitoring systems.
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For more information, see the following:
- JMX home page: The page for news, downloads, blogs and other information about the JMX specification.
- JSR 3: The JCP page for the JMX API.
- JSR 160: The JCP page for the JMX Remote API.
- Java Management Extensions (JMX) Specification, version 1.4
- Java Platform, Standard Edition Monitoring and Management Guide
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