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Java and WebSphere Performance on IBM eServer iSeries Servers

An IBM Redbooks publication

Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.


Published on 27 February 2002, updated 05 March 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738423645
ISBN-13: 9780738423647
IBM Form #: SG24-6256-00

Authors: Aco Vidovic, Bob Maatta, Brian Jenkin, Bjarne Matzen and Petri Nuutinen

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    This IBM Redbooks publication provides tips, techniques, and methodologies for working with Java and WebSphere Application Server performance-related issues with a specific focus on iSeries servers. The intended audience includes iSeries system performance experts and WebSphere Application Server and Java developers. This book attempts to provide you with a comprehensive and accessible resource that has gathered information usually found in a number of disparate sources and placed them in a single reference.

    The performance measurements that are published in this book are done by using a Java application that runs on WebSphere Application Server Release 3.5.4 and 4.0 and OS/400 V5R1. This book includes these topics:

    - An introduction to the Java and WebSphere Application Server execution environment on the iSeries

    - OS/400 work management and tuning in Java/WebSphere Application Server environment

    - Tuning WebSphere Application Server and Web server (HTTP server)

    - Performance tips for application development and deployment

    - Sizing and capacity planning

    - Recommended tools to use for performance analysis and planning

    - A case study that shows an example of performance management methodology and tuning

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. The Java execution environment on iSeries servers

    Chapter 3. Performance methodology and tools

    Chapter 4. Tuning iSeries for a WebSphere or Java environment

    Chapter 5. Tuning HTTP server and WebSphere Application Server

    Chapter 6. Java and WebSphere application design

    Chapter 7. Case study

    Chapter 8. Scaling the WebSphere environment

    Chapter 9. Sizing and capacity planning


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