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Summary

In this article, we have identified the major components that comprise a tuning environment:

  • Application-specific transactions

  • A load tester

  • An application server-monitoring component

  • An application-monitoring component

  • A platform-monitoring component

  • An external resource (for example, database) monitoring component

  • A correlater and analyzer

  • A presentation layer

And we have defined how these can work together to tune a J2EE environment. Some of this might still be fuzzy because we have not discussed what metrics to monitor and how to interpret them, but don't worry: That understanding is the purpose of this series of articles.

Finally, we looked at some of the commercial and open source offerings to help us tune our environment.

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