September 10, 2013 · 6:30 PM
Today's applications have lots of operational expectations such as availability, performance and predictability. Fortunately the Java Platform is mature and battled tested across many enterprises which caused the introduction of the Java Management Extensions (JMX) in Java SE 5.0 for managing and monitoring the JVM, frameworks and even your own application. During this session you will learn how to use JMX, VisualVM and custom scripts to manage and monitor your applications as well as how to expose parts of your application through JMX.
Christopher Judd is the CTO and a partner at Manifest Solutions (http://www.manifestcorp.com/), an international speaker, an open source evangelist, the Central Ohio Java Users Group (http://www.cojug.org) and Columbus iPhone Developer User Group leader, and the co-author of Beginning Groovy and Grails (Apress, 2008), Enterprise Java Development on a Budget (Apress, 2003) and Pro Eclipse JST (Apress, 2005) as well as the author of the children’s book “Bearable Moments”. He has spent 17 years architecting and developing software for Fortune 500 companies in various industries, including insurance, retail, government, manufacturing, service, and transportation. His current focus is on consulting, mentoring, and training with Java, Java EE, Groovy, Grails, Cloud Computing and mobile platforms like iPhone, Android, Java ME and mobile web.