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Howard Kushner,
Can you tell me about websphere features presented in your new book that you chose because the topics deserve more attention than other books have given?
Previously, my favorite useful book has been "Professional IBM WebSphere 5.0 Applicationa Server" January 2003 with CD, by Bob High, et al. But that is now an ancient 1 year old.
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Originally posted by john prieur:
Howard Kushner,
Can you tell me about websphere features presented in your new book that you chose because the topics deserve more attention than other books have given?
Previously, my favorite useful book has been "Professional IBM WebSphere 5.0 Applicationa Server" January 2003 with CD, by Bob High, et al. But that is now an ancient 1 year old.


Hi John,
Gladly Application Profiling and Performance Tuning. Doug Weatherbee did an outstanding job in Chapter 11, Profiling Analysis Tools in WebSphere Studio, and I think it just rocks. And in Chapter 14, Kameron (Kernel) Cole did a terrific job with WebSphere Administration, with an eye to performance. Thanks for asking!
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Thanks! Performance tuning is an area I must learn more.
 
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