Java Performance Tuning

Java(TM) - see bottom of page

|home |services |training |newsletter |tuning tips |tool reports |articles |resources |about us |site map |contact us |
Tools: | GC log analysers| Multi-tenancy tools| Books| SizeOf| Thread analysers|

Our valued sponsors who help make this site possible
Site24x7: Java Method-Level Tracing into Transactions @ $12/Month/JVM. Sign Up! 

New Relic: Try free w/ production profiling and get a free shirt! 

News May 19th, 2002

JProfiler
Get rid of your performance problems and memory leaks!

jKool for DevOps
Light up your Apps & get a cool t-shirt


Java Performance Training Courses
COURSES AVAILABLE NOW. We can provide training courses to handle all your Java performance needs

Java Performance Tuning, 2nd ed
The classic and most comprehensive book on tuning Java

Java Performance Tuning Newsletter
Your source of Java performance news. Subscribe now!
Enter email:


Site24x7
Site24x7: Java Method-Level Tracing into Transactions @ $12/Month/JVM. Sign Up!

New Relic
New Relic: Try free w/ production profiling and get a free shirt!


JProfiler
Get rid of your performance problems and memory leaks!

jKool for DevOps
Light up your Apps & get a cool t-shirt


Back to newsletter 018 contents

Due to some technical problems, I haven't been able to send out the fully featured newsletter that I intended. I've had to delay the two new columns on performance tools, though I promise (barring a catastrophe) they will be in the next newsletter. But the small number of articles listed in the "recent articles" section is not because we haven't searched as much as normal. In fact I've looked through more articles this month than any previous month, and there were many interesting articles on other aspects of Java. But only six articles had tips relevant to Java Performance.

Kirk and Javva are still here with their excellent columns. Javva continues his diary, showing you ways to use performance tools that you might never have considered. And Kirk shows you how to use metrics to anticipate how much tuning work you have ahead of you, as well as covering the Java performance discussion groups.

If you feel this newsletter could be useful to a friend, why not send them the URL. Note also that Yukio Andoh's Japanese translation will hopefully be available at http://www.hatena.org/JavaPerformanceTuning/ in a while.

A note from this newsletter's sponsor

Precise Software revolutionizes J2EE Application Performance
Management with automatic problem detection & correction. Read
our white paper on how to instantly isolate J2EE bottlenecks.

Reminder to vendors and creators of performance tools

As part of our ongoing commitment to informing our readers about performance tools, JavaPerformanceTuning.com presents one commercial tool and one non-commercial tool each month. If you are a vendor or creator of such a tool, and would like to have your tool presented, please contact me from this page. But do please note that we work on a first-completed, first-published basis. There is already a queue of vendors and freeware authors creating submissions for this column, so if you want your tool to be presented in the near future, contact us sooner rather than later.

News

Java performance tuning related news.

Tools

Recent Articles

All the following page references have their tips extracted in the tips section.

Backlogged Pages

These are pages which hold information of interest to the Java performance community, but I haven't had time to extract the tips.

Jack Shirazi


Back to newsletter 018 contents


Last Updated: 2017-07-31
Copyright © 2000-2017 Fasterj.com. All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on JavaPerformanceTuning.com are the property of their respective owners.
Java is a trademark or registered trademark of Oracle Corporation in the United States and other countries. JavaPerformanceTuning.com is not connected to Oracle Corporation and is not sponsored by Oracle Corporation.
URL: http://www.JavaPerformanceTuning.com/news/news018.shtml
RSS Feed: http://www.JavaPerformanceTuning.com/newsletters.rss
Trouble with this page? Please contact us