New Java book released by O'Reilly.
A new book on Java Management Extensions, or JMX, has been published by O'Reilly.
JMX was created to deal with issues such as what standards a management solution should follow and how much effort is required to enable the components of the application to be managed. The JMX technology is still new and complex and, according to author J. Steven Perry, JMX still has a few "potholes" in it.
He has therefore written 'Java Management Extensions' and claims to have boiled down the JMX specification into practical, hands-on advice for using JMX to manage and monitor an application.
'Java Management Extensions' is priced at USD34.95. Chapter 2 is available to read online at http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/javamngext/chapter/index.html.
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|Date:||Aug 14, 2002|
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