XMOJO: Open Source JMX 1.0 Implementation

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  1. XMOJO: Open Source JMX 1.0 Implementation (11 messages)

    XMOJO is a free open source implementation of JMX 1.0 specification. This implementation is derived from AdventNet's JMX implementation( available in the industry since 1999). Apart from complete implementation of JMX specification, XMOJO also contains contributions of adaptors, such as HTML and RMI and rich tools, such as MBean Browser. XMOJO is sponsored by AdventNet Inc.

    Highlights of XMOJO

    1. Complete implementation of JMX specification, version 1.0
    2. Multi-management protocol support with RMI and HTTP adaptors
    3. JMX instrumentation successfully tested with different application data sources such as Servlets, JSPs, EJBs, Java APIs, databases, log files.
    4. Tested with different application and integration platforms such as WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss, Oracle9iAS,Tibco Hawk, etc.
    5. Integration with enterprise management systems such as CA, Tivoli, BMC, HP etc.
    6. Manager tool for testing the developed JMX agents such as MBean Browser (RMI client)
    7. Complete documentation with illustrative examples & tutorial for basic and advanced developers

    The JMX implementation with over 10000 downloads

    visit http://www.xmojo.org

    Threaded Messages (11)

  2. Good Implementation of JMX for us![ Go to top ]

    Good Implementation of JMX for us, so we can build more manageable component and system based on it.

    John Lee
  3. How does it compare to MX4J ?[ Go to top ]

    How does it compare to MX4J (http://mx4j.sf.net) ?
    MX4J is currently used in Tomcat 4.1.X.
  4. MX4J[ Go to top ]

    MX4J implements JMX1.1 and the team are working on JMX1.2 and Remoting.

    Alireza
  5. Nice, does anyone know if there are plans to support JMX 1.2 + remoting.
  6. Remoting is the next project under XMOJO. (after JMX 1.2 support)
  7. What's the point?[ Go to top ]

    Perhaps I've missed the point, but what _is_ the point of releasing a JMX impl that is 1.0 when JMX 1.2 is out? Sure it's open source, but so is Mx4J, and its JMX 1.1 compliant working towards 1.2. Sounds like a marketing gimmick to me :) However, it has to be said the examples and docs on the website are good.
  8. What's the point?[ Go to top ]

    The XMOJO implementation based on JMX 1.2 is close to completion-to be rolled out soon.
  9. Open source, JMX[ Go to top ]

    See also:

    http://mx4j.sourceforge.net/

    http://mc4j.sourceforge.net/

    http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/modeler.html
  10. Another jmx 1.2 implementation[ Go to top ]

    JFoxMX 1.2 implements the JMX 1.2 Specification, and is a sub-project of JFox, an open source (LGPL), application server from China, based on J2EE technology

    http://java.sun.com/products/JavaManagement/JMXperience.html
    http://sourceforge.net/project/jfox
  11. Another jmx 1.2 implementation[ Go to top ]

    JFoxMX 1.2 implements the JMX 1.2 Specification, and is a sub-project of JFox, an open source (LGPL), application server from China, based on J2EE technology

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    > http://java.sun.com/products/JavaManagement/JMXperience.html
    > http://sourceforge.net/project/jfox

    Looks great, but until we get english documentation, it can't have a wide adoption.
    Cheers JD
  12. There are over 300 million Chinese-speaking internet users, which is close to the entire population of North America!

        http://www.internetworldstats.com/