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GARBAGE COLLECTION LOG ANALYSIS API

Our Garbage collection log analysis REST API provides powerful micrometrics. Using these micrometrics, you can predict and forecast the application’s availability and performance characteristics.

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JAVA PERFORMANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING TRAINING

JVM is the most popular programming platform in the world. It empowers thousands of enterprises to run their mission-critical applications. However, tuning, optimizing and troubleshooting JVM is not a trivial job.

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Video Blog: 7 JVM Arguments of Highly effective applications

You can pass 600+ arguments to JVM just around Garbage collection and memory. It’s way too many arguments for anyone to digest and comprehend. In all these 4 videos, 7 important JVM arguments that will boost your Java/Scala/Jython application performances are shared.

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Troubleshooting OutOfMemoryError – Heap dump, Eclipse MAT

Learn how to troubleshoot OutOfMemoryError using the Eclipse MAT tool. You will learn best practices, cool tips & tricks to debug memory problems effectively. Watch this video to know more!

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How Java program executed? – Heap, threads, stack, GC

What happens behind the scene when a java program is executed? In which regions objects are created? When objects become eligible for garbage collection? Where are threads stored? What is the difference between Stack and Heap? Watch this video to know more.

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Confoo – 7 JVM Arguments

ConFoo.CA Developer Conference is one of the biggest conferences for programmers, that took place in Canada. For this year, ConFoo is going 100% virtual having more than 100 presentations by popular international speakers focused on pragmatic solutions for the software developers all over the world.

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Java threads – may not be memory efficient?

Java applications tend to contain hundreds (sometimes thousands) of threads. The majority of these threads are in WAITING, TIMED_WAITING (i.e., dormant) state, while only a small portion of the threads are actively executing lines of code. So, we were curious to know whether dormant threads consume less memory than active threads.

To figure out an answer to this question, we conducted a small study. Our findings were interesting, thus sharing with you.

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What is the difference between GCeasy and yCrash?

Lets understand how GCeasy & yCrash differ from each other in the following table.

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Best practices: Java memory arguments for Containers

When you are running your Java application in physical servers, you would have been using ‘-Xmx’ JVM argument to specify the Java heap size. If you are porting your application to Containers, you might be wondering how to configure Java heap size in the container’s world? Are there any best practices? In this article, we will discuss the possible JVM arguments that can be used to specify the Java heap size and the best option to choose. 

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Difference between InitialRAMFraction, MinRAMFraction, MaxRAMFraction

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Difference between InitialRAMPercentage, MinRAMPercentage, MaxRAMPercentage

This article attempts to clarify the difference between InitialRAMPercentage, MinRAMPercentage, MaxRAMPercentage JVM arguments. These arguments have been introduced since Java 8 update 191. They are used to configure your Java application’s heap size when you are running it in the Physical server or in the container. In this article, let’s review their differences.

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