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SOA(Web Services) Vs JMX

 
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Web Services and JMX both are exposing the operations. JMX for Instrumentation and Web Services for re-usability. I do not see much difference. Can someone shed any light on this.
 
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Hi!
JMX is a technology for managing and monitoring applications using a standardized tool.
Web services are about interoperability between systems. Yes, web services can be used for managing and monitoring, but this is not the typical use case.
Some recommended reading:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JMX
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_service
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