New Tool: JMXC – JMX Console

When you are obsessed with performance and run a performance monitoring service like Sematext does, you need a quick and easy way to inspect Java apps’ MBeans in JMX.  We just open-sourced JMXC, our 1-class tool for dumping the contents of JMX, or specific MBeans.  This is a true and super-simple, no external dependencies console tool that can connect to JMX via Java application PID or via JMX URL and can dump either all MBeans or those specified on the command line.

JMX lives at https://github.com/sematext/jmxc along with other Sematext open-source tools.  Feedback and pull requests welcome!  Enjoy!

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