JMX Web Services Connector is out, in WS-Man dress.
By jeanfrancoisdenise on May 05, 2007
JMX Web Services Connector (JSR 262) RI is out! You can download it here.
The novelety in comparaison with the previous Early Access is that the Connector protocol is now based on WS-Management (WS-Man). Connector WS-Man implementation is based on the WiseMan project.
Native WS-Man clients can now interact with MBeans. MBeans are no more the exclusivity of JMX clients. Clients such as Windows Remote Manager (WinRM) and openwsman, can retrieve MBean attributes, call MBean operations and subscribe to MBean notifications.
JSR 262 specification defines a mapping between JMX MBeans and WS-Man Managed Resources. More details can be found in the Early Draft 2 specification. Have a look to the spec and send us your feedbacks.
Next Thursday, at JavaOne, during Eamonn and myself Technical Session, we are presenting an interoperability demo that highlights these new JMX interoperation capabilities. Demo is composed of three scenario:
- HP Open View Operations / JSR 262 (done by Denis Rachal from HP)
- Microsoft WinRM Scripting for JSR 262
- Microsoft Vista Event Viewer to subscribe to MBeans