The Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) project offers a
tool for identifying and isolating performance problems such as performance
bottlenecks, object leaks, and system resource limits. The tool targets
applications at all levels of complexity, from simple standalone Java
applications to complex enterprise applications running on multiple machines
and on different platforms.
This talk will introduce you to the TPTP profiling tool. It will show you how
to profile an Eclipse plug-in and how to analyze this data using various
statistical and graphical views. You will see next how to use the TPTP
tool to profile web applications built using the WTP (Web Tools Platform)
Valentina Popescu is a senior development manager at the IBM Toronto Lab, where she is leading a team contributing to the TPTP project. She has been involved in a number of projects,such as IBM Component Broker, WebSphere Application Developer, the TPTP project, and Autonomic Computing.
Valentina serves as the Chairperson of the TPTP Architecture Group.