JMX - Connector

Java Conceptuel Diagram


The JMX technology defines standard connectors (known as JMX connectors) that enable the access to JMX agents from remote management applications.

A connector makes a JMX MBean server accessible to remote Java technology-based clients.

A connector consists of:



A connector server:


A connector client is responsible for establishing a connection with the connector server. A connector client will usually be in a different Java Virtual Machine (Java VM) from the connector server, and will often be running on a different machine.

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