Diagnosing performance issues front to back-end in WebLogic Server applications with Java Flight Recorder by Julio Mendez

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The Java Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder are relatively new tools that have extended greatly the diagnostics capabilities of the Java platform. They allow collecting an impressive amount of detailed runtime information about the JVM, with minimum performance impact, in a way that would have been hard to imagine a few years ago.

Java Mission Control is basically a set of tools that enables efficient and detailed analysis of the extensive data provided by Java Flight Recorder, which is the entity that lives in the JVM collecting a wide variety of runtime information. Java Flight Recorder used to be tightly integrated with the JRockit JVM, although it’s been bundled with the HotSpot JVM since Java 7 Update 40 release.

There is plenty of information out there about how to use both JMC and JFR in the form of blogs, videos and technical documentation, so I won’t cover that…

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Autor: Neselovskyi, Borys

Oracle Database / Middleware / Engineered System Infrastructure Solution Architect

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