AOP@Work, Performance monitoring with AspectJ, Part 1

A look inside the Glassbox Inspector with AspectJ and JMX

From the developerWorks archives

Ron Bodkin

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: September 13, 2005

Say goodbye to scattered and tangled monitoring code, as Ron Bodkin shows you how to combine AspectJ and JMX for a flexible, modular approach to performance monitoring. In this first of two parts, Ron uses source code and ideas from the Glassbox Inspector open source project to help you build a monitoring system that provides correlated information to identify specific problems, but with low enough overhead to be used in production environments.

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