Advanced performance tuning concepts

Look at key system areas and JVM tuning

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Sean Walberg

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: April 28, 2009

The performance of even the best application suffers if the underlying host is not configured properly. This article looks at the four key areas of performance tuning and identifies what to watch for in each of them. In addition, Java™-based applications bring other performance tuning requirements with them, especially the garbage collection cycle. This article also looks at what you need to know about garbage collection.

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