The most common Java performance problems and how to fight them
Slow or excessive SQL queries; wrongly configured connection pools, excessive service, REST and remoting calls; overhead through excessive logging or inefficient exception handling; bad coding leading to CPU Hotspots and Memory Leaks are some of the most common Java performance problems.
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