Solving performance issues with self-adaptive software

In this discussion, Cameron McKenzie and JInspired CTO William Louth talk about the concepts behind self-adaptive software.

While great strides have been made in the advancement of enterprise software and technology, a real gap still exists in the ability of software to be smart, self-adaptive and capable of initiating quality-control changes that can improve performance and functionality. In this discussion between Cameron McKenzie and JInspired Chief Technology Officer William Louth, we discuss the concepts behind self-adaptive software, the illusion of software control and the innovative ideas that led to Louth's JavaOne talk titled One JVM to Monitor Them All.

 

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