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Performance evaluation of JMX Models

Abstract

JMX (JavaManagement eXtension) is a Java framework that allows any Java technology-based application or accessible resource to be easily manageable. This standard begins to be widely used within different managed systems which vary from large mainframes to small mobile devices, limited in both resource and computing capacity. Today, little is known about the costs associated with the manageability of a system. In this paper, we analyze the impact of various instrumentation models on the behavior of both functional and management plane. We show on a JMX instrumented web server that the service is highly affected by the management activity in driver and component models, while a daemon approach limits the management impact on the functional service.
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inria-00168520 , version 1 (28-08-2007)

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Anca Ghitescu. Performance evaluation of JMX Models. 2007. ⟨inria-00168520⟩
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