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5 JMX and MBean interview questions & answers

Q1. What is a JMX? What are the key components of JMX? A1. JMX stands for Java Management Extensions (JMX), which is a technology to monitor and manage any Java applications are running in either a local or a remote Java Virtual Machine (JVM). … Read more ›...

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Event Driven Programming in Java – Part 2

This extends the basic tutorial on event driven programming in Java. This tutorial covers JMX enabling the EventHub class vian MBeans and monitoring through JMX compliant tool like jconsole. Step 1: Define the interface with the methods that are intractable via the JMX compliant client like jconsole. … Read more...

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Yammer metrics tutorial with JMX to gather metrics

Note: Yammer metrics has now moved to metrics-core.

from com.yammer.metrics:metrics-core:2.2.0 (NOT supported anymore) to com.codahale.metrics:metrics-core:3.0.*

from com.codahale.metrics:metrics-core:3.0.* to io.dropwizard.metrics:metrics-core:3.1.* since 2014.

When you are running long term applications like web applications, batch jobs,

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