Profiling Java applications using Eclipse TPTP

Alexander Alexeev (Intel Corporation), Mikhail Voronin (Intel Corporation)

Test And Performance · Tutorial
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Monday, 08:00, 2 hours | Great America Meeting Room 1 | Download in iCal Format

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Alexander Alexeev

Mikhail Voronin

The Eclipse TPTP Java profiler is a powerful tool for analyzing the runtime behavior of Java applications and for identifying and isolating performance problems such as execution bottlenecks and object leaks. It features thread profiling to enable tuning threading issues, identifying critical path in your application and complete application statistics. As the size and complexity of Java applications grow, analyzing their performance at the required level becomes difficult. This motivated us in providing a profiling tool fully integrated with the Eclipse IDE to make it a part of your development work cycle. You will learn to configure and use the profiler various types of applications, including Eclipse plug-in, standalone Java and J2EE applications.

Alexander Alexeev is a software engineer at Intel Enterprise Solutions & Software Division and Eclipse TPTP contributor. His current interests are in managed runtime environments, concurrent programming and profiling tools. Prior to joining Eclipse community he was a developer at Intel’s Managed Runtime Division. Alexander has been involved in Eclipse TPTP development since April 2007, focusing on the design and development support for threads profiling in TPTP.

Mikhail graduated in Radiophysics from Nizhny Novgorod University. Working in Intel Corporation since 2000, he was involved in a variety of Intel Communications Group projects. Currently his work is closely connected to open source software. Mikhail's team drove integration of Intel Products in Eclipse environment and actively contributes to development of Eclipse project.

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