Java Management Extensions - Übersetzung nach deutsch
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Java Management Extensions - Übersetzung nach deutsch

JAVA TECHNOLOGY
Java Management eXtensions; JSR 3; JSR 160; Managed Bean; Mbean; JSR 255; MBean; MXBean; Open MBean; Model MBean; Monitor MBean; Mxbean; MLet; MBeans; Managed bean
  • JMX architecture

Java Management Extensions         
JMX, Beschreibung für Applikation und Netzwerkmanagement der J2EE Entwicklung und Applikationsumgebung
Java Development Kit         
IMPLEMENTATION OF EITHER ONE OF THE JAVA PLATFORM, STANDARD EDITION, JAVA PLATFORM, ENTERPRISE EDITION, OR JAVA PLATFORM, MICRO EDITION PLATFORMS
Java 2 SDK; JDK; J2SDK; Java jdk; Java 2 Software Development Kit; Java SDK; Java Development Toolkit; JDK 1.2
Entwicklungsausrüstung für Java, Paket von Computerprogrammen um Javasoftware zu erstellen
Java Virtual Machine         
RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT THAT CAN EXECUTE JAVA BYTECODE AS A RESULT OF COMPILING COMPUTER PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
Jvm; JVM; Java VM; JavaVM; Java vm; Java sandbox; C to Java byte-code compiler; Java runtime system; C to Java Virtual Machine compilers; JSR 924; Java Virtual Machine heap; JVM heap; Permanent Generation; Jvm architecture; Permanent generation; Permgen; PermGen; Jucheck.exe process; Java Virtual Machine; Java Virtual Machine Specification; Java runtime; TeaVM; Bck2Brwsr; Java-to-JavaScript compilers
Java Virtual Machine, JVM, Software für die Ausführng von java Programme notwendig (Computer)

Definition

Java
Java is a computer programming language. It is used especially in creating websites. (TRADEMARK)
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Wikipedia

Java Management Extensions

Java Management Extensions (JMX) is a Java technology that supplies tools for managing and monitoring applications, system objects, devices (such as printers) and service-oriented networks. Those resources are represented by objects called MBeans (for Managed Bean). In the API, classes can be dynamically loaded and instantiated. Managing and monitoring applications can be designed and developed using the Java Dynamic Management Kit.

JSR 003 of the Java Community Process defined JMX 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2. JMX 2.0 was being developed under JSR 255, but this JSR was subsequently withdrawn. The JMX Remote API 1.0 for remote management and monitoring is specified by JSR 160. An extension of the JMX Remote API for Web Services was being developed under JSR 262.

Adopted early on by the J2EE community, JMX has been a part of J2SE since version 5.0. "JMX" is a trademark of Oracle Corporation.