Great Lakes Software Symposium
November 16 - 18, 2007 - Chicago, IL
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JMX and Spring: Manageability for Spring-based Applications
This session describes management of Java resources using the Java Management Extensions JMX API. JMX provides a unified framework to instrument Java systems with monitoring and management capabilities.
This session covers JMX 1.2 specification, system monitoring, management needs, and the creation of agents which dynamically manage resources based on monitoring. We cover many of the new features of the Remote JMX access.
The JMX support in Spring provides features to easily and transparently integrate Spring applications into a JMX infrastructure. Some of the tougher tasks of JMX develop are made easy with Spring. We'll look at automatic ObjectNames, automatic registration and remote connector proxies as we review Spring's JMX features.
About Ken Sipe
Ken has been a practitioner and instructor of RUP since the late 1990s, and an extreme programmer and coach since the middle 2000s. Ken has worked with Fortune 500 companies to small startups in the roles of developer, designer, application architect and enterprise architect. Ken's current focus is on enterprise system automation and continuous delivery systems.
Ken is an international speaker on the subject of software engineering speaking at conferences such as JavaOne, JavaZone, Jax-India, and The Strange Loop. He is a regular speaker with NFJS where he is best known for his architecture and security hacking talks. In 2009, Ken was honored by being awarded the JavaOne Rockstar Award at JavaOne in SF, California and the JavaZone Rockstar Award at JavaZone in Oslo, Norway as the top ranked speaker.More About Ken »