Effective JEE Server Performance Tuning

This course teaches J2EE System Administrators and others how to tune a J2EE Server. A J2EE Server is designed to serve 100s of simultaneous users. The number of end-users that effectively connect to one server depends on how the Server is configured. The same software might support 500 users if the system is configured poorly and as many as 2000 simultaneous users if the system is configured properly. This course gives the practical skills needed to tune a server to serve the maximum number of simultaneous users while still maintaining adequate levels of service as measured in service response times. This course can be split into two 2 1/2 day classes. There are versions of this course for various J2EE Servers including WebLogic and Tomcat
The student should be familiar with the basics of deploying and monitoring J2EE Applications on a J2EE Server and with the basic structure of J2EE applications.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course would benefit Weblogic, Tomcat and other J2EE System Administrators who are responsible for the performance of the Server.
  • Specifying Service Level Agreements
  • Tune the JVM Memory Usage
  • The Elements of Tuning
  • Obtaining Performance Measurements
  • Create Simulated Workloads
  • Waif Based Tuning
  • Fine Tuning Performance
  • Principles of Tuning Clusters
  • Trending, Forecasting and Capacity Planning

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