Managing Oracle Coherence describes how to manage Oracle Coherence using Java Management Extensions (JMX) Managed Beans (MBeans) and Oracle Coherence reports.
This preface includes the following sections:
This guide is intended for the following audiences:
Primary Audience – Application developers and administrators who want to learn how to manage an Oracle Coherence Environment
Secondary Audience – System architects who want to understand the options and architecture for managing Oracle Coherence
The audience must be familiar with Java and JMX to use this guide effectively. In addition, the examples in this guide require the installation and use of the Oracle Coherence product.
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Coherence documentation set:
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