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Java Design and Coding for Virtualized Environments



Document Author:

Stephen Wehr


Document ID:

WP102089


Doc. Organization:

Systems and Technology Group


Document Revised:

03/15/2012


Product(s) covered:

IBM System x; IBM System z; Java; POWER7; WebSphere Application Server; zSeries; z/VM







Abstract: I am often asked by application developers: “How should my application be designed differently because it will be deployed in a virtual server?” This paper will attempt to answer that question by giving guidance on Java™ programming techniques that minimize CPU and memory use – allowing you to create more efficient applications for virtual deployments.

Although I work in IBM System z, this paper is not meant to be specific to System z. These recommendations will work for any virtualized platform.

Java Design and Coding for Virtualized Environments.pdfJava Design and Coding for Virtualized Environments.pdf



Classification:

Software

Category:

Performance

Solution(s):

Business Innovation and Optimization (BIO); SOA Infrastructure



Platform(s):

Cross-Platform

S/W Pillar(s):

WebSphere

O/S:

AIX; Linux; VM; Windows

Keywords:

virtualization, application performance


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