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JMX in Action - Release Announcement - Manning

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Manning Publications announces the release of:
JMX in Action
By Benjamin G. Sullins and Mark B. Whipple

Greenwich, CT -- October 2002 - With Java Management Extensions (JMX),
developers can configure, manage and monitor Java applications at run-time,
as well as break applications into components that can be swapped out. JMX
provides a window into an application's state and its behavior, and a
protocol-independent way of altering both state and behavior. It lets the
developer expose portions of an application in just a few lines of code.
Written for both new and experienced developers, JMX in Action explains the
JMX specification and discusses its use through clean, well-explained
examples. It covers the JMX architecture and how to create all types of
MBeans. It includes important advanced topics such as extending the JMX
classes, combining with other Java technologies, the MBean relation service,
dynamic MBean loading, and creating individual protocol adapters.
How does Manning's JMX in Action compare to other books on this topic?
* With in-depth examples, our book shows how to work with JMX-it does not
merely regurgitate Sun's spec.
* This book dedicates three entire chapters to the four JMX agent services -
not just one like the competition.
* No other book teaches how to create your own JMX adapters for Jini and the
TCP protocol.
* Only this book teaches how to combine JMX with J2EE technologies such as
JMS and EJB.
About the Authors -
Ben Sullins and Mark Whipple are senior Java developer with extensive JMX
experience. They have deep, practical experience, both on the server- and
client-side. Ben lives in Denver, Colorado and Mark resides in Dallas,
About Manning Publications Co. -
Manning is a growing computer book publisher with a reputation for high
quality technical content and clear writing. For each of its books Manning
makes available an online discussion forum where you can pose questions to
the authors-use the "Author Online" link from www.manning.com/sullins. On
this page you will also find links to the book's table of contents, sample
chapters, source code and other content. The release date for JMX in Action
is October 2002.
JMX in Action is the latest book to join Manning's Java Developer's Library,
which includes respected and popular texts: Bitter Java, JDK 1.4 Tutorial,
SCWCD Exam Study Kit, Java Development with Ant, Web Development with
JavaServer Pages, Server-Side Java Programming, Swing, Java Network
Programming, and many others. Read about these and other Java titles in
development at www.manning.com/java.html.

JMX in Action
By Benjamin G. Sullins and Mark B. Whipple
ISBN 1930110-561
Softbound, 424 pages, $39.95
Ebook, 3 Mb PDF, $19.97
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