Eclipse and IntelliJ are the two competing IDEs in the industry. There are lot of passionate discussion going in the social media, forums to declare the winner in this race. We thought it would be a fun exercise to study which IDE utilizes memory efficiently?Continue reading “MEMORY EFFICIENT: ECLIPSE OR INTELLIJ?”
Not all stories need to be success stories. Reality is also not like that. We would like to share a true, disappointing story (but a phenomenal learning experience) that may be beneficial to you.Continue reading “DISAPPOINTING STORY ON MEMORY OPTIMIZATION”
Garbage collection has more profound impact on the application in contrary to what most engineers think. In order to optimize memory and garbage collection settings and to troubleshoot memory-related problems, one has to analyze Garbage Collection logs.Continue reading “WHAT IS GARBAGE COLLECTION LOG? HOW TO ENABLE & ANALYZE?”
In a lot of enterprises, performance tests are conducted regularly. As part of these tests, QA team gathers various metrics and publishes them in a performance report. Metrics reported in the performance report typically tend to be: Continue reading “10 MICRO METRICS FOR YOUR PERFORMANCE REPORTS”
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 Java 9, G1 GC will become the default garbage collector. One of the key features of G1 Garbage collector is its ability to limit the GC pause time (i.e. you can set the desired maximum pause time) without compromising on throughput.Continue reading “UNDERSTANDING G1 GC LOG FORMAT”
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.