Businesses rely on Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Application Servers to deliver highly reliable mission critical applications. These applications include self-service catalog services, real-time portfolio management, and 24 X 7 customer service. If these system are not available, customers and money can be lost. Monitoring solutions for J2EE applications need to aggregate data from multiple sources, provide a user-friendly interface to the date and identify performance issues before customers experience poor response time or an outage. This paper provides an overview of how J2EE addresses application management, identifies common hot spots to watch, and offers a solution to maximize the availability of your application by keeping you aware of potential problems.
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