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Monday, May 17, 2004
       
J2EE application performance optimization
In this article, Rahul Kuchhal demonstrates how to identify and resolve bottlenecks in a J2EE application. This article covers all the steps required for performance tuning—bottleneck identification, application server and/or Web server tuning, optimal database configuration, database query optimization, and Java code analysis for best performance. The article also briefly introduces the tools that assist in this process. To limit the scope, this article does not cover EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans). (4,000 words; May 17, 2004)
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CVS, BugZilla, AntHill, and Clover
This isn't a blog about Java-based technologies per se, but it's relevant to any Java programmers working on Open Source platforms. Recently, I have spent a few days working on migrating our existing CVS repository onto some new hardware. This time, I also set up ViewCVS and BugZilla, and took some steps to integrate them more tightly. I worked from a great overview by Steve McIntyre, which is located here.
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