Oracle Java SE Advanced, Oracle Java SE Suite and Oracle Java SE Support are Oracle's solutions for enterprise developers and ISVs running mission critical applications and infrastructure on the Java SE platform.
JMC is enables you to monitor and manage Java applications without introducing the performance overhead normally associated with these types of tools. It uses data collected for normal adaptive dynamic optimization of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
JFR is a tool for collecting diagnostic and profiling data about a running Java application. It is integrated into the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and causes almost no performance overhead, so it can be used even in heavily loaded production environments. This powerful tool is primarily used for profiling, black box analysis, support and debugging.
AMC employs the Deployment Rule Set (DRS) security feature, along with other functionality including Java Usage Tracker, to give 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, enabling a more secure environment and enhanced application experience and availability.
MSI allows for pre-configured installation of the JRE on desktops in the enterprise without user interaction. Available for Windows 64 and 32 bit systems, the MSI compatible installer enables system administrators to provide automated, consistent installation of the JRE across all desktops in the enterprise, free of user interaction requirements. Now the common features such as rollback of unsuccessful installs, repair of broken installations and installing over existing broken installations are all accessible with the MSI Installer in place. Oracle Java SE Advanced product customers can download the MSI installer through their My Oracle Support (MOS) account.
JUT tracks how Oracle Java SE Advanced and Oracle Java SE Suite Java Runtime Environments (JREs) are being used in your systems. The output of JUT is a plain text, comma-separated record that contains the JRE version, the application being run, and other details. This record is appended to a file or sent over the network in a User Datagram Protocol (UDP) packet. The AMC harvests an extensive set of data from the JUT about Java Applets and Web Start applications along with the JREs upon which they run. Gathered from a highly scalable number of clients in an enterprise network the data is stored in the AMC database. The data can then be viewed in the AMC User Interface for analysis.