Remotely connecting through Kubernetes to a JMX agent in a Spring Boot 1.x application to monitor an application

What‘s JMX, Kubernetes, and Spring Boot?

The Java Management Extensions (JMX) technology is a Java standard and allows for a means of monitoring and managing resources–most notably the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).




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Tremaine Eto

Tremaine Eto

Full-time software engineer since 2016. UCLA Computer Science B.S. with Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences minor. Follow me for software engineering tips!

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