Maximizing Performance and Scalability with IBM Websphere PDF ePub eBook

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Maximizing Performance and Scalability with IBM Websphere free pdf Maximizing Performance Scalability with IBM WebSphere teaches the reader real world performance management methodologies and best practices with a bent toward an IBM WebSphere J2EE environment. It will enable the reader to match the benefits of WebSphere optimization and tuning to business benefits and describes best practice J2EE development topics that have direct impact on IBM WebSphere capacity and performance management. Neat also describes how to proactively manage the performance of an IBM WebSphere v4 or v5 platform, and explains how to tune WebSphere with performance and robustness in mind. Additionally, the reader will learn how to develop custom IBM WebSphere performance monitoring and management tools to track and plot potential bottlenecks and pending performance issues before they cause impact.

About A Neat

Adam G. Neat is a consulting manager for one of the world's leading management and IT consultancy firms. He is the Australian and New Zealand e-infrastructure lead, covering technical architectures such as host systems, storage systems, and operating systems (and all things in between), within the communications and technology industry. He is recognized as a global expert in infrastructure architectures, and he provides specialty expertise in technical architectures covering technologies such as J2EE/Java, various forms of middleware (MQ, CORBA, etc), large-scale systems, application design and architecture, and the deployment, configuration, and management of enterprise application servers such as IBM's WebSphere, BEA's WebLogic, and Sun's SunOne Application Server. Adam is also heavily involved in the integration and production optimization of large-scale UNIX-based systems and databases such as DB2 and Oracle. Adam is a member of the Australian Institute of Management and holds a degree in computing systems from Monash University.

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Author : A Neat
Publisher : Apress
Data Published : 15 December 2003
ISBN : 1590591305
EAN : 9781590591307
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 576 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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