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Application performance measurement and Java performance

Application performance measurement is an important part of testing and refining a Java application. Performance and metrics standards help developers and QA teams make sure the application meets expectations and will function properly once it is deployed. In this section on software performance measurement, learn techniques to measure Java performance and application performance effectively and read news about trends in Java metrics.

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  • How BI + ALM = ALI and real-time application traceability 12 Oct 2011

    Video - Pairing business intelligence with application lifecycle management (ALM) promises to deliver real-time application requirements traceability and simplify change management, said Kelly Emo, HP director of applications product marketing, in a JavaOne 2011...

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  • JSF best practices for optimizing mobile application performance 04 Nov 2014

    Tip - More and more applications are being built using the JSF frameworks, but traditional development approaches can create bottlenecks. Here we explore some tips and best practices for optimizing the performance of JSF based mobile applications.

  • Incorporating Google Maps to the Java desktop 28 Oct 2014

    Tip - Rob Terpilowski discusses how he and his architect team brought Google Maps to the Java desktop in this video from JavaOne 2014.

  • Transitioning to Java 8 03 Oct 2014

    Tip - At JavaOne, the vice president of Java development at Oracle opened up about Java 8 trends and expectations.

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