Adaptive Memory Management for Virtualized Java Environments
sponsored by BEA Systems, Inc.

Optimizing Java application performance can be a daunting task for many developers. This becomes especially true when multiple instances of an application are run within a memory constrained environment. While many organizations rely upon Java Virtual Machines to maximize Java performance, they are struggling to combine this with the emerging hypervisor virtualization technology. They are finding themselves unable to achieve a fully virtualized environment for enterprise Java applications.

This white paper details how to operate a Java Virtual Machine in conjunction with hypervisor virtualization technology for greater Java application performance. Discover how to respond to changes in memory pressure associated with the underlying hypervisor technology. Learn how to allow up to two times the number of virtual machine instances to be run without an external reconfiguration, resulting in much higher application throughput.

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