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Java performance tuning is a function of many things, such as code, networks, hardware (client configuration, memory, CPU speed, storage capacity, etc.) and databases. It is almost impossible to predict exactly where a performance tuning failure might occur. Performance tuning tools allow you to take applications to their point of failure by using virtual users. Java performance tuning must be precise to simulate concurrent load at exactly the same instant. With manual performance tuning, human reaction times simply can't achieve and maintain the same level of concurrency as seen with automated tools. Find the latest information and tuning best practices in this topic section.

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  • A new approach to condensing data leads to a 99% compression rate 07 May 2015

    Feature - Given the enormous thirst for data, coupled with the finite existence of copper and fiber optic cables that link clients and servers together, the need for powerful compression algorithms is self-evident. Has XLABS solved the problem with a 99% rate?...

  • Rethink your tooling: How to make the DevOps promise a reality 23 Mar 2015

    Feature - Many organizations have struggled with breaking down the wall between development and operations. Tools are not the solution to every problem that faces DevOps integration, but they can help to make the DevOps promise a reality. Is it time to rethink...

  • Will ObjectLayout's StructuredArrays finally solve the Java performance problem? 18 Mar 2015

    Feature - Java performance has greatly improved over the years, but getting true, linear scalability has always been a problem, largely due to the way data collections are handled in memory. However, new approaches to memory management are being developed, and...

  • Will value types and structured arrays be Java 9's cap feather? 15 Jan 2015

    Feature - Scalability and performance are always issues that dog the Java platform. But with so many lessons learned from languages like Scala and Clojure, will Java 9 take on these scalability issues by introducing immutable types like structured arrays and value...

  • Seven ways to optimize mobile apps for improved performance 26 Nov 2014

    Feature - While many organizations have been developing mobile apps for years, making sure those apps are optimized in such a way that will improve performance is still a challenge. Here we look at seven simple ways organizations can optimize their mobile...

  • Choosing the right log aggreatator to mine your performance data 15 Oct 2014

    Feature - To maintain and improve an existing system, being able to read and understand log files is an absolute requirement. Here we look at how various logging technologies compare with each other.

  • Goetz hangs his hat on lambda parallelism and performance 30 Sep 2014

    Feature - When it comes to improving Java, few changes have been as eagerly anticipated as lambdas. From parallelism to performance, the lambda experiment is working, and smart software developers are adopting it.

  • Integrating Ajax into your Facelets pages: Death to JSF's request-response cycle 20 Jul 2014

    Tutorial - If you're doing Facelets development, this might be the most important tutorial you will ever read. It will explain to you how to throw out that annoying request-response cycle, and explain how to integrate Ajax based JSF components with a dynamically...

  • Creating pages based on a JSF template: Using the Facelets ui:define tag 20 Jul 2014

    Tutorial - What do you do once you've set up a handsome page template using the Facelets functions that come with JSF 2.x? Well, you start creating new pages, meshing those ui:define tags in with ui:composition and ui:insert. It's easier than it sounds, trust me.

  • Turning a web page into a JSF 2.0 template with Facelets 19 Jul 2014

    Tutorial - How do you take a web page and turn it into a template using Facelets as the template engine? It takes some JSF, some HTML, maybe some CSS, and lots of JSF UI tags, but overall, it's an easy and simple process if you follow this tutorial.