Need for speed -- Eliminating performance bottlenecks

Optimizing Java Programs Using IBM Rational Application Developer 6.0.1

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Satish Chandra Gupta

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | Last updated: November 10, 2005|First published: October 04, 2005

Performance bottlenecks are code segments that contribute significantly to the overall application execution time, and are responsible for slowing down or even halting an application. Identifying and improving these code segments has tremendous impact on an application's performance. This article describes how to identify performance bottlenecks in a Java application by collecting and visualizing execution time data using IBM® Rational® Application Developer.

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Zone=Rational, Java development, DevOps
ArticleTitle=Need for speed -- Eliminating performance bottlenecks