JXInsight/OpenCore 6.4.EA.3 Released – Adaptive QoS “Reservation” Control
In the third early access build of JXInsight/OpenCore 6.4 “ACE” we have enhanced our innovative and unique QoS for Apps technology with adaptive reservation control capabilities. Adaptive control valves can now be attached to QoS Resources defined globally or at the QoS service level. It is even possible to attach elastic capacity controlling valves at individual resource reservation lanes.
Here is how the example introduced in our first early access release can be configured using the
qos metering extension.
j.s.p is a short hand version of
jxinsight.server.probes recognized by our measurement runtimes.
A significant benefit of integrating our adaptive control valve technology into the
qos metering extension is that alongside the valve other capabilities can be added to the very same user defined QoS resource including reservation lanes, priority queuing, rate limiting, barriers, latches and quotas.
This release also includes an updated instrumentation agent offering much better Java 7 compatibility with regard to new language constructs and class byte code.