Compare Oracle Java Advanced Management Console vs. Oracle Java Mission Control

Oracle Java Advanced Management Console is ranked 12th in Software Components while Oracle Java Mission Control is ranked 10th in Software Components. Oracle Java Advanced Management Console is rated 0, while Oracle Java Mission Control is rated 0. On the other hand, Oracle Java Advanced Management Console is most compared with Oracle Java Mission Control and StrongLoop LoopBack, whereas Oracle Java Mission Control is most compared with Oracle Java Advanced Management Console and Oracle Forms.
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The Java Advanced Management Console (AMC) offers system administrators greater and easier control in managing Java version compatibility and security updates for desktops within their enterprise and for ISVs with Java-based applications and solutions.

The principal benefits of the Advanced Management Console are:


- Usage Tracking: AMC collects information about which Java applications are launched by which Java versions, creating an application compatibility inventory. Usage Tracking can be configured automatically through the Windows Agent, or via configuration properties on other platforms.

- Taking Action: The Deployment Rule Set capabilities enable different Applet & Web Start applications to use different versions of Java installed on clients. This benefits organizations that must use older versions of Java or need many different Java versions for different reasons.

- MSI Customizations: System Administrators can use the Java Install Customizer tool to repackage MSIs, controlling the way that Java is installed on managed systems.

The Java Management Console is available starting with the release of Oracle JDK 8 Update 20 (8u20) for use with the Java SE Advanced Products.

For more information on Oracle Java Advanced Management Console, visit Oracle.com

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.

For more information on Oracle Java Mission Control, visit Oracle.com

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