Implementing Performance Management

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The iterative use of performance tools throughout the development process is critical for keeping performance and reliability problems under control as well as for producing fast, scalable J2EE and J2SE applications. Java technology is great for accelerating time-to-market; but, performance and reliability risks can become a serious challenge. Because Java technology provides a higher level of abstraction, it affords developers only a limited understanding of—and control over—the way their code is executed.

Three common real-life performance problems that you can encounter in Java applications are:

  • Excessive temporary object allocations

  • Memory leaks

  • Performance bottlenecks


Java developers and Quality Assurance need performance management tools to track and fix these problems before application goes into production.

JBuilder 2008 includes great Performance Management capabilities. To see and learn more about implementing performance management, you are welcome to attend this Webinar where you will learn:

How to use the complete set of performance management applications in JBuilder 2008:

o Profiler

o Code Coverage

o Thread Debugger

o Request Analyzer

How to use the JBuilder 2008 tools for measuring and optimizing the performance of Java programs:

o Progress Tracker

o Quality Analyzer













May 22, 2008 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/598962508
July 15, 2008 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/735748438
August 12, 2008 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/701467076


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