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I had the pleasure of a JMX demonstration from Eamonn McManus, Sun's JMX team technical lead. Probably I'm behind the curve on this, because I don't have lots of time to look at everything available in the Java world, so I was delighted to see that you could define a JMX bean which would show up in the jconsole tool without any real effort. The whole thing is incredibly easy.

What I really liked about this is the implication that Sun have now, and will in future be further developing, a monitoring console that is incredibly easy to add application level monitoring information to. What is more, it should be relatively easy implement or extend the jconsole itself if Sun ever give up on it - always a concern if you want to start putting serious effort into extending the capabilities of an existing monitoring tool in any serious way. Well done Sun.

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