Java Mission Control
Java Flight Recorder and Java Mission Control together create a complete tool chain to continuously collect low level and detailed runtime information enabling after-the-fact incident analysis. Java Flight Recorder is a profiling and event collection framework built into the Oracle JDK. It allows Java administrators and developers to gather detailed low level information about how the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and the Java application are behaving. Java Mission Control is an advanced set of tools that enables efficient and detailed analysis of the extensive of data collected by Java Flight Recorder. The tool chain enables developers and administrators to collect and analyze data from Java applications running locally or deployed in production environments.
Starting with the release of Oracle JDK 7 Update 40 (7u40), Java Mission Control is bundled with the HotSpot JVM.
Looking for Oracle JRockit Mission Control? See the JRockit information pages here.
|Oracle Java Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder: Advanced Java Diagnostics and Monitoring without Performance Overhead (White Paper)|
|Oracle Java SE Advanced (Data Sheet)|
|Oracle Releases New Diagnostic, Monitoring, Security and Deployment Capabilities for Java SE 7 and Updates JavaFX SceneBuilder (Press Release)|
|Eclipse Experimental Update Site - The Experimental Plug-ins for Java Mission Control is a set of plug-ins for the Eclipse IDE designed to either extend Java Mission Control in various ways or assist in developing such extensions. These plug-ins are currently unsupported and are provided as is for evaluation purposes. They are in no way part of the Java Mission Control product. Please let us know if you find them useful!|
|Java Mission Control Overview (Demo)|
|Java Flight Recorder Runtime Guide|
|FAQ - Java Mission Control Frequently Asked Questions|
|System Requirements and Supported Platforms for Java Mission Control 5.2|