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AWS Cloud watch + yCrash = Monitoring + RCA

We had an outage in our online application GCeasy on Monday morning (PST) Oct' 11, 2021. When customers uploaded their Garbage Collection logs for analysis, the application was returning HTTP 504 error. HTTP 504 status code indicates that transactions are... Continue Reading →

Overhead added by collecting thread dumps

A thread dump is a snapshot of all the threads running in a java process. It’s a vital artifact to troubleshoot various production problems such as CPU spikes, unresponsiveness in the application, poor response time, hung threads, high memory consumption.... Continue Reading →

Troubleshooting CPU spike in a Major Trading Application

we troubleshooted a CPU spike problem that surfaced in a major trading application in North America. All of a sudden, this application’s CPU started to spike up to 100%

LARGE OR SMALL MEMORY SIZE FOR MY APP?

Should I be running my application with few instances (i.e. machines) with large memory size or a lot of instances with small memory size? Which strategy is optimal? This question might be confronted often. After building applications for 2 decades, after... Continue Reading →

SOFTARIA RAPIDLY RESOLVES SERVERS PERFORMANCE ISSUES WITH fastTHREAD

COMPANY:         Softaria FOUNDED:          2002 EMPLOYEES:       ~ 50 INDUSTRY:          COMPUTER SOFTWARE SERVICES Softaria specializes in system creation for automation of business processes and product use on the Internet. These systems are accessible in any part of the world... Continue Reading →

JAVA BATCH OPTIMIZATION

A major shipping monopoly in North America ported their Mainframe batch (25+) jobs to Java platform. This porting was done by one of the top 3 consulting companies of India. Because of the world-class architecture, selection of frameworks and code... Continue Reading →

SPRING IOC CONTAINER – PERFORMANCE PROBLEM

Spring IOC Container wires the dependencies among the beans and returns the fully built bean tree to the caller. Every time, not fully built bean tree is used by the caller, only portion of it is used.  Thus a significant portion... Continue Reading →

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