XtremeJ Management Console 2.0 Released


News: XtremeJ Management Console 2.0 Released

  1. XtremeJ Management Console 2.0 Released (2 messages)

    XtremeJ Corp is pleased to announce the general availability of XtremeJ Management Console, 2.0. Built on top of the popular Eclipse platform, it gives the J2EE developers and administrators an intuitive user interface to access, manage, and monitor the JMX based services within a JMX-enabled application server.

    XtremeJ 2.0 comes with three editions: Standard, Professional, and Enterprise. The Standard Edition is available for free download.

    The Enterprise Edition is a new addition in XtremeJ 2.0. It allows you to take and compare server/MBean snapshots; build personalized templates; and develop, manage, and execute JMX scripts from the same Eclipse IDE.

    Other new features include the MBean attribute graph; JNDI browser for WebLogic and JBoss; WebLogic Log viewer; WebSphere Performance viewer; and Tomcat's Catalina MBeans viewer.

    XtremeJ v2.0 supports the following Java applications servers and JMX implementations:

        * JBoss 3.0.x / 3.2.x / 4.0 DR2
        * WebLogic 6.1 / 7.0 / 8.1
        * WebSphere 5.0
        * JDMK 4.2 / 5.0
        * MX4J 1.1.1 / 2.0 beta
        * Tomcat 4.1 / 5.0
        * JOnAS 3.3.x
        * JMX Reference Implementation 1.2.x
        * TMX4J 2.1
    For more information, please visit http://www.xtremej.com.

    XtremeJ Corp
    Fremont, California

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    Is there also support available for Resin?

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    Resin support has not been planned but it can change if and when we see strong demand for it. Technically it should be pretty trivial, provided we can find information on how to connect to Resin's JMX implementation from a remote client.