Thursday, November 16, 2006

jManage 2.0 beta is now available

We are very excited to announce the availability of jManage 2.0 beta.

We have decided to change the version number from 1.5 to 2.0 to better reflect the level of maturity and stability in this release, as well as many new features which transform jManage from a JMX console to a management platform.

2.0 beta contains the following major features:
- Improved dashboard framework, with two Java 5 dashboards.
- Connector framework for non-JMX applications, with a sample Oracle database connector.
- Application downtime tracking with ability to setup alerts when an application goes down.
- WebLogic 9.x support is now part of this release. This was earlier provided as a patch.
- UI Improvements.

There is documentation available on dashboards and connectors at

A number of bugs found in 1.5 beta, have been fixed in this release. Please see the release notes for more info:

You can download this release from:

We will now be working towards the next 2.0 release with:
a) Historical graphing.
b) Dashboards for major J2EE application servers.
c) More Bug fixes.

Best Regards,

The jManage Team


Gurney said...

How is the development of historical graphs going?

I plan to use jManage in one of my projects, but I need historical graphs and mbean attribute value logging. How can I contribute to the project?

Anonymous said...

Please get in touch with jManage developers at