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Web Services Connector for JMX enters Public Review

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Web Services Connector for JMX enters Public Review

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A new Early Access (EA3) of the Connector is available. It implements the JSR 262 Public Review Specification. The JSR 262 defines a connector for JMX that uses Web Services to make JMX instrumentation available remotely.

This JMX Connector aims to open the door to non Java/JMX world by exposing JMX MBean as WS-Management (WS-Man) resource.

Once this connector is deployed in your application, WS-Man clients such as Microsoft WinRM, WiseMan or openwsman can interact with your application.

You can download the EA3 auto-extractible jar file from http://ws-jmx-connector.dev.java.net

For more information on the content of this release, you can have a look to this blog entry.

Changes in this release:

  • Leverage of the Metro stack components (as detailed in my previous blog entry) in order to increase interoperability and efficiency of the Connector. We are currencly observing a *3 increase in performance.

  • Rely on the latest JAX-WS 2.1.3 release.

  • Introduction of an adaptor API that allows you to change the way MBeans are exposed in the WS-Management world (javadoc is bundled in the Early Access 3 auto extractible jar under docs directory).



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