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 →
In a lot of enterprises, performance tests are conducted regularly. As part of these tests, QA team gathers various metrics and publishes them in a performance report. Metrics reported in the performance report typically tend to be: CPU utilization Memory... Continue Reading →
Non-daemon threads are also known as 'user' threads. JVM will not exit even if only 1 non-daemon (i.e. user) thread is alive. On the other hand, JVM will exit even if multiple daemon threads are alive. When JVM halts, daemon... Continue Reading →
BLOCKED, WAITING, and TIMED_WAITING are important thread states, but often confusing to many of us. One must have a proper understanding of these thread states in order to analyze thread dumps. Using real-life examples, this video breaks down each state into... Continue Reading →
Here is another presentation on "Don't Dump Thread Dumps" at Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS), Bangalore.
The latest JAX Magazine issue is out now. The magazine consists of articles that elucidate how digital transformation is reshaping the future of finance. We are happy to share that our founder, Ram Lakshmanan, also contributed an article "The Leprechaun... Continue Reading →
A potential customer asked us this question: "How GCEasy & FastThread are compared to JVisualVM?". As it was a great question, here was our answer: 1. Intelligence FastThread and GCEasy apply several intelligence patterns to detect the problems in the Garbage... Continue Reading →
Our Architect Ram Lakshmanan spoke in 3 well-received sessions in 2016 JavaOne conference: Session 1: CON3108 Session Title: Am I Reading Garbage Collection Logs Correctly? Session 2: CON3118 Session Title: Don't Dump the Thread Dumps! Session 3: TUT3390 Session Title: Pick Diamonds... Continue Reading →