How to easily monitor JMX metrics with Nagios

Monitoring JMX metrics with Nagios can be a painful task. Why ? Because for each jmx metric (like the heap memory used, non heap memory used, thread count […]), you have to create a service attached to service group (it depends actually on your modeling). Usually, if you want to do it well, you’ll have to create at least 6 services to monitor your JVM.

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