Thursday, September 13, 2007

Wow! This is a very useful product

First of all, my apologies to the jManage users for not being active in the jManage community in the last 6 months. My job at has kept me very busy.

We actually use jManage in the production environment of We use it to monitor our JBoss application servers, and also the long running command-line processes.

jManage has proven most useful when generating alerts in case of errors in the command-line processes. We have extended the JDK logging (java.util.logging.Handler) to generate MBean notifications when "SEVERE" level error is logged. This helps us sleep better at night, as know that jManage is up watching the processes for us.

I was adding another command-line process to our production jManage instance today, and I couldn't stop myself from admiring what the jManage community has built. Now that I am very active user of jManage, I find it a very useful product.

PS: I will try to get some screen shots of our jManage instance at

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Merging JBoss and JDK1.5 MBeans under one MBeanServer

As per the following issue logged on JBoss, it seems like the new versions of JBoss support registering the JBoss MBeans in the JDK 1.5 MBeanServer:

It says:

To enable this feature use: './run -Djboss.platform.mbeanserver'
and see the 'java.lang' and 'java.util.logging' domains appearing in the jmx-console

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

jManage 2.0 RC1 is released

Hello Everyone,

We are pleased do announce the release of jManage 2.0 RC1. We take this opportunity to thank you all for your feedback and comments.

Along with many bug fixes in the release, we also have added out-of-the-box dashboards for JBoss app server and Oracle DB server.

jManage 2.0 RC1 can be downloaded from:

Highlights of the release can be found here :

For more information, please visit:

Please keep sending your valuable feedback our way.

jManage Team