DevOps

Continuous innovation and optimization – build better software faster with metric-driven DevOps

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Stop Technical Debt: 3 Use Cases – NHibernate, Microservices and Frameworks

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The Art of DevOps Part IV – The Operational Battlegrounds

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Java Performance Impact by Dynamic Class Loading

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Identify Bad Service Oriented Architectures Through Metrics

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How to Analyze Problems in Multi-Threaded Applications

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Learning from Today’s DevOps Leaders

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Top DevOps Tools We Love

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Key Performance Metrics For Load Tests Beyond Response Time – Part I

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Struts Performance Bug Almost Takes Down Car Rental Web site

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Hands-On Tutorial: 5 Steps to Identify Java and .NET Memory Leaks

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Software Quality Metrics for your Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Part III – Logging

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Web Service Monitoring 101: Identifying Bad Deployments

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Software Quality Metrics for your Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Part II: Database

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Don‘t Trust Your Log Files: How and Why to Monitor ALL Exceptions

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How Stable are Your Unit Tests? Best Practices to Raise Test Automation Quality

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When it REALLY is the Database to Blame for Bad Performance: A Story about Slow Statements and Resulting Connection Pool Issues

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Hunting an Oracle JDBC Memory Leak Crashing an 80JVM WebSphere Cluster

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Continuous Performance Validation in Continuous Integration Environments

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Talking Performance at W-JAX, International PHP Conference, Agile Testing Days and Confluence and Jira Community Day

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Best Practices for Performance-focused DevOps

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Slides from JavaOne Session – Performance-Focused DevOps – available on slideshare

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100% Performance Overhead by WebSphere Activity Log: When Dev is Not Aware of Settings in Production

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I’m Not Scared of DevOps and you Shouldn't be Either

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DevOps is Changing the M in APM: Performance Requires Management – Not Monitoring