Date Created: Wed 15-Dec-2010

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WebSphere 8 Overview and new features for tuning performance

Some new points raised by IBM.
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/beta/topic/com.ibm.websphere.base.doc/info/aes/ae/welc_content_cprf.html

Tuning is art-form and really a lot of common sense is needed. You need to spend time setting benchmarks then applying load and comparing results. There is often no right or wrong way. In reality most projects do not do half the performance testing and tuning they need to do or should do and we are all guilty of that, even the big boys. In time, I hope to shed some of my experiences. It is hard to put into writing things that you know in practice, but have never thought about passing onto others. Come back often to this site and you will find I am continually trying to add more insights.

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