Our Next Meeting
When: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Place: CenturyLink Auditorium Directions: 
Title: Java Flight Recorder and Java Mission Control
Presented By: Dave DiFranco

About the Presentation: Did you know that the Oracle JVM comes with free enterprise-grade profiling tools?

Java Flight Recorder (JFR) is a lightweight tool for collecting performance data from a running JVM. Java Mission Control (JMC) is a user interface for analyzing performance data, including data collected by JFR.

This session will cover how to use JFR to collect performance data off-line and on-line. It will cover how to analyze the results using JMC. This will include how to find bottlenecks in memory allocation, method profiling, thread usage, socket usage, and file I/O.

No prior knowledge of performance profiling is necessary.
About the Presenters: Dave DiFranco is a software engineer at Oracle, working on SOA Suite and the Integration Cloud Service. Dave has been a java developer for over 15 years including work at BEA, MetaMatrix, and Tripos. Dave uses JFR and JMC regularly to solve production issues.
Schedule of Events
We meet on the second Thursday of each month from 6:30PM to 8:00PM. Attendance is free, and you do not need to sign up -- just show up!
Or if you like, you can sign up on our Meetup page from the following link:
http://www.meetup.com/GatewayJUG/

July 2017 Java Flight Recorder and Java Mission Control, Dave DiFranco(Oracle)
August 2017 TBD
September 2017 TBD
October 2017 Reactive Programming with Project Reactor and Spring 5, Mark Heckler(Pivotal)

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