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An Introduction to WebSphere Application Server Performance Tuning Toolkit

Part2: Analyzing Problem Scenarios

Shishir Narain (nshishir@in.ibm.com), IT Architect, IBM
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Shishir Narain is Open Group certified Master IT Specialist with mature skills in IBM middleware products. He works in IBM Lab Services for WebSphere at India Software Labs, Gurgaon. He has 12 years of experience developing solutions for multiple clients. He has a Master of Technology degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
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Tao Zhang (zhangtbj@cn.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM
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Zhang Tao (Jordan) joined IBM in 2009. He works in IBM China Software Development Lab WebSphere Application Server SVT team in Beijing. He is interested in WebSphere Migration, Intelligent Management, and high availability.
Wang Yu (wyuyuw@cn.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM
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Wang Yu (Edward) is a software engineer at the IBM China Software Development Lab in Beijing. He is a member of WebSphere Application Server SVT team. He is also interested in WebSphere Application Server performance analysis, performance tuning, problem diagnosis, and high availability.

Summary:  WebSphere® Application Server is a key component of enterprise architecture, and performance bottlenecks can affect multiple applications. This tutorial series introduces WebSphere Application Server Performance Tuning Toolkit, which can be used for uncovering performance bottlenecks and tuning the WebSphere Application Server infrastructure. This part presents several more problem scenarios and shows how PTT can help in detecting and resolving the issues.

Date:  24 Oct 2012
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (1646 KB | 21 pages)Get Adobe® Reader®

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