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Thanks to everyone who volunteered to maintain the tools pages after my request last month. We currently have three tool pages (GC Log Analysers, Multi-Tenancy JVMs and Books) and I'm proposing to add more tools pages from the back catalog of tools I've covered over the last 163 newsletters (and future ones).

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Here's an initial list of tool pages I'm considering adding:

If you have any ideas for categories, please do suggest them to me. Bear in mind, I haven't added the words "Java performance" at the beginning of each category, but that is what the tools page will be relevant to, I have no intention of expanding to cover more generic tools. So, for example, the logging tools page is actually "Java performance relevant logging tools", not a general page for logging tools

Finally since you're interested in my newsletters, you might also be interested in the Practical Performance Analyst portal, which is creating a community and associated body of knowledge around Systems Performance Engineering. They have a more general performance focus than Java performance, but then so do a lot of you! And now back to our Java performance focus with all our usual sections: links to articles, tools, news and as ever, all the extracted tips from all of this month's referenced articles.

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