By lmalvent on Jun 22, 2007
Don´t be sad if you couldn´t come to JavaOne this year and attend your favorite JConsole troubleshooting hands-on lab.
The lab illustrates how JConsole can be used for troubleshooting problems in running Java applications as well as how a Java application can be monitored using JMX and AOP in a non-intrusive manner. A simple database application based on the Spring Framework, monitored by an open source JMX AOP monitoring tool called Glassbox, is used as an example. The lab provides also a custom JConsole plugin that plots some custom servlet request metrics computed from the values returned by the Glassbox MBeans.
You can now download it from the SDN website, LAB-1420.
Have fun and feel free to send us feedback for enhancements.