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JView 2004 - J2EE Performance Tuning Software - 1.4 Released

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DevStream, provider of innovative and intuitive Enterprise Java Application Performance Management software, announced a new release of it's J2EE Performance Monitor, JView 2004 version 1.4.

JView 2004 offers sophisticated analytical tools to visualize a landscape view of your J2EE components, and to capture and view End-To-End user transactions, CPU and Method statistics, SQL Calls, thread utilization, as well as Heap size monitoring.

Used by J2EE Developers, QA Testers, and Adminstrators, JView 2004 displays data in an easy-to-read format, making it simple for non-J2EE performance experts to rapidly identify and resolve performance issues.

What's New in JView 2004 1.4
  • Agent Enhancements:

    • Reduced CPU and memory overhead
    • Certified WebSphere, SunOne, and Caucho Resin Application Servers
    • Certified on HP-UX and AIX Operating System
    • Enhanced user control over instrumentation parameters
    • Ability to instrument core Java classes
    • Support for all major databases including Oracle, DB2, MS SQL Server, and MySQL.

    • Nucleus Enhancements:

      • Reduced CPU load when storing data to database
      • Reduced Database sizing requirements
      • Increased maximum number of Agents per Nucleus Server
      • Automatic purging of old metric data from database (configurable)

      • Performance Console Enhancements:

        • Ability to export to HTML from the Transaction Explorer and HotSpot views
        • PerformancePoint overhead reductions
        • MReports functionality added to Trial Version

        • JView 2004 is the industry's only native code Java Performance Monitor, allowing for in-depth Production Java performance monitoring due to it's low overhead. JView 2004 delivers full spectrum analysis of method metric transaction time and method CPU time, along with thread stack views and SQL runtime statistics. In production mode, JView's low overhead monitoring provides detail on end-to-end transactions, helping J2EE developers, QA tests, and Administrators quickly pinpoint and resolve performance issues.

          Key Features and Benefits of JView 2004:
          • Real-time monitoring
          • Landscape view of J2EE Components
          • Precision Call Trace Analysis
          • Microsecond Precision for demanding applications
          • SLA Monitoring and Automated Operational Awareness Alerts
          • SQL Call statistics
          • CPU Thread time statistics
          • Thread stack analysis and Stalled Thread alerts
          • MReports - Reporting of problematic components
          • PerfPoint - Collect detailed data in Production for problem analysis
          • Easy-to-use Performance Console - Install and begin tuning in minutes.
          • Transaction Explorer - Drill down into where your application is spending Transaction time and CPU
          • Isolated resource consumption using Method and SQLyzer HotSpot Views
          • Supports J2EE Application Servers as well as stand-alone applications
          • Identify performance issues proactively before they impact users

          • JView 2004 is supported on BEA Weblogic, JBoss, IBM Websphere, JRun, Sun One, Tomcat, and Resin.

            30-Day Trial for Windows, Solaris, HPUX, and Linux:
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