jManage 0.5.0, a security-focused JMX client, released


News: jManage 0.5.0, a security-focused JMX client, released

  1. jManage 0.5.0 has been released for download. jManage is a open source, web and command-line based JMX client, which provides a centralized console for managing JMX enabled applications, application clusters and distributed-application production environments.

    jManage 0.5.0 has the following features:

    • Web based interface for use through a firewall
    • Security - application server passwords are encrypted
    • Support for connecting to the following:
      • jboss
      • JSR-160 compatible applications
      • weblogic
      • websphere
    • Cluster level view of MBeans. Also allows changing attribute values and performing operations at the cluster level.
    • Authentication and User management
    • Command Line UI
    • ACL based fine-grained access control
    • HTTPS support
    Current features being planned for the 1.0 release include SNMP support, JMX notification support, alert support, and the ability to graph attribute values over time.

    Do you use JMX to monitor your applications now? JBoss users are typically very familiar with its JMX console application; Websphere, WebLogic, and the Sun Application Server provide JMX, but typical uses involve their own application server administration web applications. Is this a better idea?
  2. Please provide feedback to the jManage team by sending an email to team at jmanage dot org. Please feel free to ask any questions that you have.

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