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Heap 19 May 17
How Basic Performance Analysis Saved Us Millions
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worldlinexpert 20 Oct 17
Come discover how to debug your applications with on the blog by Benjamin Parmentier
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Erik Gahlin Feb 22
Nice tool by that uses custom JFR events and flame graphs to diagnose slow OSGI bundle activation. This is useful if you want to improve startup time of Eclipse, or any Eclipse based RCP application.
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florianl 1 May 18
well - this illustrates nicely, why my CPU is busy. But I really like it and learn from this graph a lot about my program.
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Summer of Tech 22 Jul 15
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vimfun 2 Sep 16
Profiling Python in Production (article by )
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Jakub Dropia 7 Jan 19
Finally, thanks to , and I found big performance issue witch kills my solution. It appears, that added Environment.ProcessorCount to critical path code, is not cached internally in .net core and calls OS each time to get info (at Linux at least).
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Lucidchart 5 Jun 17
Tips & Tricks for Reducing Server Load
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Linode 16 Aug 17
See how 's visualization can help analyze and determine your server setup's limits.
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Sander Mak 4 Apr 17
Curious what happens when the JVM initializes itself before running your app? Wonder no more:
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Stan Schwertly 25 Dec 17
🎄🔥 I animated flamegraphs. It's the performance Yule Log.
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Amsellem Yves 17 Jun 15
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Flopsar Technology 1 May 17
Upcoming 2.1 new feature: . Inspired by .
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Daniel Stein Jun 1
Did an of an Artifactory at work cause it was slow as hell. Guess what: it was doing hours and hours of incremental! backups (12+ hours /day) instead of serving its clients. When no backup is running it is reasonable fast If the data doesn't come from an nfs...
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Andrei Pangin 3 Jun 17
of objects allocated at JDK start-up. Inspired by
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Markus Eisele 10 Dec 17
Automatic generation from Benchmarks using (SBT) JMH Extras (plain too) by
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Lukáš Klim Aug 2
Very useful tool for Unix users for profiling java application in easy way
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gramian 6 Jan 19
Here is a simple implementation of 's visualization for the profiler output: in less than 💯 lines of code.
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devtoolx 6 Apr 18
yout or spits out logs and you want to see them in a fast ? give a try to by
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William Louth 27 Dec 16
When one limits stack depth so as not to kill the browser for a visualisation such as then it begs the Q how would a human fare
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