Event: JVM Performance Past, Present & Predicted – Paris JUG – 11th Sept ’12
William Louth, architect of JXInsight, will be giving a talk on JVM performance measurement, optimization and execution control to the Paris Java User Group on the 11th Sept 2012 at 7:30 PM. The talk will take place at the ISEP engineering school.
During the talk William will outline a vision for the future of software performance measurement & execution analysis as well as reliability/resilience engineering touching on such topics as self awareness (behavioral introspection), self regulation (control & feedback, systems & signals) as well as approaches to performance analysis in highly parallel/distributed dynamic execution environments in particular cloud computing.
It should be a very interesting night with some exciting demonstrations of self adaptation applied to Java applications and the JVM runtime.
You can register here.