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Question: Has Java some APIs or tools to work with SNMP?
Answer: Yes, it names Java Dynamic Management Kit (JDMK). The Java
Dynamic Management Kit provides a set of Java classes and tools for developing
management solutions. It is the first compatible implementation of the JMX
specification, the Java Management extensions defined through the Java Community
about JMX read here: http://java.sun.com/products/JavaManagement/
Java Dynamic Management Kit uses manageable, Java technology-based components
which enable you to quickly create smart, lightweight, embedded network
management solutions that can be scaled seamlessly to manage entire networked
Java DMK agents operate
autonomously and offer mechanisms for loading new agent services from the
network. At the core of next-generation management solutions, these flexible
agents can be created, deployed, updated, enhanced, or removed in real time. In
addition, these agents offer remote access through an extendable set of
protocols that allows them to be integrated in any type of network environment.
In addition, the Java DMK
provides a complete toolkit for the simple network management protocol (SNMP),
the most widespread legacy architecture for network and device management. This
gives you the advantages of developing both Java dynamic management agents and
managers that can interoperate with existing management systems.
For a technical overview
of the Java Dynamic Management Kit, see the product home page:
P.S. Unlike to other Java
products from SUN it is not free and cost some money
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