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News: Mercury Interactive Releases Optane for J2EE

  1. Mercury Interactive Releases Optane for J2EE (1 messages)

    Mercury Interactive has released a new product line aimed at optimizing the performance of J2EE applications. Optane for J2EE combines technology from Mercury Interactive laboratories and performance diagnostics technology from the recently acquired Performant, Inc.

    The new Optane for J2EE line spans the lifecycle of J2EE applications from creation and QA testing into deployment and production, and it is intended to be used by developers as well as operations staff in support of improved application availability, scaleability and performance, according to Yoav Banin, senior product marketing manager at Mercury Interactive in Sunnyvale, Calif.

    The suite allows users to test single Enterprise Java Beans or servlets as well as complete applications. Large-scale applications can be load tested in the QA stage. The tools also allow users to validate the application infrastructure, tune configurations and assess capacity in the deployment phase. Then business availability, business process performance, application fault management and code diagnostics can be performed in the operations phase of a J2EE application.

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  2. I'm curious to learn from Server Side readers what kinds of functions, utilities, frameworks and techniques you think are needed to effectively test a J2EE application?

    -Frank Cohen
    http://www.PushToTest.com
    (feel free to email me at fcohen at pushtotest dot com if you prefer)