Nastel AutoPilot® for JMX

Gain control of your Java applications

Nastel AutoPilot®
for JMX

Nastel Autopilot® JMX employs a simplified, intuitive graphical user interface Wizard that lets you instrument even complex job applications in minutes.

You simply point and click.

It’s that fast and easy. With Nastel AutoPilot ® For JMX you can manage and control all of your java applications with little or no need to ever access to source code.


Features and Benefits :

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Rapid Instrumentation

Rapid Instrumentation of Java applications using a straightforward GUI (graphical User Interfatce) Wizard.

Monitoring and controlling JMX-enabled applications

Monitoring and controlling any JMX-enabled applications with virtually no coding required.


Integration with Nastel AutoPilot’s® sophisticated rules and notification engine.

Events and Alerts

Generation of customized, context-relevant events, alerts and actions.

Access attributes

Access to Java application attributes and actions.


Hosting customized JMX MBeans via its JMX agent


Nastel’s AutoPilot® suite automatically monitors application processes at the most granular levels. From autopilot® single enterprisewide dashboard you have indexed visibility across your enterprise application infrastructure. Autopilot® automatically detects and corrects errors and failures before they impact your application process flows.
AutoPilot® also captures extensive information on application performance. It enables proactive performance tuning, load balancing and capacity planning to maximize the availability and reliability of your business applications.
Nastel Autopilot® for JMX extends the powerful monitoring and control functions of auto pilot to all of your Java applications.

The Java management extension (JMX) is an application management interface supported by BEA WebLogic, IBM’s WebSphere application server and a wide variety of enterprise-class applications

Nastel AutoPilot/JMX gives you total control over all of your Java applications.


cloud and/or on-premise


Everywhere where java runs

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