I have exactly the same problem with WildFly 8.2.0.
Have you managed to find a solution for getting "jboss.as" mbeans?
I have the same problem, using the javaagent to bind the jmx server to a fixed port. This was working in AS6
However the HornetQ MBeans of Wildfly are still shown when connecting remotely via jmx.
Mabye it is possible to register the jboss.as MBeans programatically after my app deployment?
@Dmitry: meanwhile yes, at least for production. We just had to spent some ten-thousands of €€€ for agents from a company that starts with App and ends on Dynamics. Unfortunately not with jmxtrans-agent or anything else open-source.
@Henning: above said AD agent has a feature that re-reads the MBean tree after a configurable amount of time post-startup, when all subsystems and apps are up'n' running.