Java / JMX
How JMX Monitoring works?
JMX Monitoring is done by querying data from Managed Beans (MBeans) that are exposed via a JVM port (JMX console). A MBean represents a resource running inside a JVM and provides data on the configuration and usage of that resource. MBeans are typically grouped into "domains" to denote where resources belong to.
Using the JMX, a given resource is instrumented by one or more Java objects known as Managed Beans, or MBeans. These MBeans are registered in a core-managed object server, known as an MBean server.
The MBean server acts as a management agent and can run on most devices that have been enabled for the Java programming language.
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