See the Management Center documentation for its usage details.
The support for script execution is disabled by default. The reason is security. Script engines allow to access the underlying system on the members (files and other resources). Scripts access the system, on which the member runs, with permissions of the running user.
Scripting can be allowed or prevented by specifying the
scripting-enabled attribute of
management-center element within the Hazelcast member configuration file, as shown below:
<hazelcast> ... <management-center scripting-enabled="false" /> ... </hazelcast>
hazelcast: management-center: scripting-enabled: false
Note that the JSR 223 API is used in Hazelcast IMDG to support scripting.
It’s possible to restrict the source IP addresses from which Management Center operations are allowed. By default all source connections are allowed.
Defining these source addresses is possible through the
configuration element. The wildcard (
*) and ranges can be used.
See the following example:
Hazelcast IMDG Enterprise
See the Hazelcast Management Center Documentation for information on Clustered JMX and Clustered REST (via Management Center) features.