As most of you know, GC logging is not standardized. GC log format varies by JVM vendor (Oracle, IBM, HP, Azul, …), Java version (1.4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) Continue reading “PROLIFERATION CAUSED BY JAVA UNIFIED GC LOGGING”
GCeasy is ranked in position #6 in ThoughtWorks Technology Radar at Chicago Coder Conference 2017, an event focused on developer and manager. Continue reading “GCEASY IN THOUGHTWORKS TECHNOLOGY RADAR”
The Chicago Coder Conference (CCC) was a 2-day event with a number of featured speakers, 15 tracks, and about 100+ sessions. Continue reading “GCEASY AT CHICAGO CODER CONFERENCE 2017”
Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) is one of the India’s largest conferences for software professionals, held in Bangalore every year. Continue reading “GREAT INDIAN DEVELOPER SUMMIT 2017”
Here is another presentation on Garbage Collection Logs by Ram at the JavaOne. Continue reading “AM I READING GC LOGS CORRECTLY? – JAVAONE TALK”
A presentation on Garbage Collection logs by Ram Lakshmanan at the JavaOne conference. Continue reading “PICK DIAMONDS FROM GARBAGE – JAVAONE TALK”
In several journals, articles, blogs and all throughout the internet there is one common theme echoed: “Serial GC is not meant for any serious applications. Continue reading “QUESTIONING STATUS QUO – ‘SERIAL GC NOT FOR SERIOUS APPLICATIONS’”
On a major B2B application different GC algorithms behaviors were studied. This application is basically a web service provider servicing SOAP and REST requests from its clients.