Tuesday, September 27, 2016

10:30 AM

  • Cerner Continuous Campus

    10200 Abilities Way, Kansas City, KS (map)

  • Lessons from capacity planning a Java enterprise application: how to keep capacity predictions on target and cut CPU usage by 5x  - CMG 2015 Best Paper
    Paper by Stefano Domini,  presented by Renato Bonomini
    Java applications are ubiquitous in mission-critical enterprise and online settings. Java automatic memory management brings safety and development efficiency benefits, however at the same time adds complexity for the capacity manager in terms of how to effectively predict the capacity and manage the efficiency of such environments. We describe actionable methodologies and key metrics that enabled us to highlight the hidden bottleneck of many Java applications; devise a business-oriented capacity model that represents Java memory bottlenecks; detect poor memory usage patterns and anticipate memory leaks; determine that the garbage collector drives the CPU usage of your servers; and show how the garbage collector might be your first scalability bottleneck.
    Renato's Bio
    Renato was a data scientist before it became cool to be one.  His goal is to help companies understand how to use data to provide insight and actionable intelligence by leveraging Moviri software solutions and consulting services.  Renato is currently the Director of Business Development for Moviri. 
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