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Tomcat Performance Tools

Posted by dave on Feb 22, 2013 in Blog
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Tomcat is very popular for the deployment of J2EE web applications that we write at Kettle River. As a matter of fact, the majority of our clients use Tomcat for their Java application server. Most of these applications persist their data in a relational database. Additionally these applications may use external Web services to add […]

Controlling Web Services Timeouts with Threads

Posted by dave on Feb 4, 2013 in Blog
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We have been working on performance tuning for a new release of a publicly-facing application. ¬†Users hit the site regularly, and we average about 1.6M page views per month on the site, with a heavy concentration on a certain set of pages. ¬†The most frequently used pages call external RESTful Web Services to provide analysis […]

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