|[tptp-news] Eclipse TPTP Java Profiler Summit|
What: Eclipse TPTP Java Profiler
When: June 14-16, 2006
Who Should Attend: Tool builders and Consumers (current or potential future adopters)
Eclipse TPTP Java Profiler Project
will hold a technology summit during June 14-16, 2006 in
Eclipse TPTP provides an out-of-the-box tool for tracing and profiling Java applications and is useful in measuring and understating performance of Java applications. The current version of the tools is based on the JVMPI standard. The JVMPI standard has been deprecated and is replaced by JVMTI standard starting in Java 1.5. We within the TPTP project are working on supporting JVMTI standard and taking this as an opportunity to add some major new capabilities (for example, low-overhead collection using byte-code instrumentation mechanism, aggregation, and new user interface). The tool supports profiling of server-side and stand alone Java applications.
Numerous new capabilities are planned to be introduced in the JVMTI based Java profilers, the most notable capabilities are
· Low Overhead Profiler
· Memory Profiler
· Thread Profiler
· Basic JVM monitoring
· Integrated Eclipse workbench based profiling and Remote profiling
· Extensive Platform coverage
· Code fragment analysis
· Large scale profiling of java applications
You will find additional information and preliminary agenda at eclipse.org/tptp and also the material generated during the summit, and post-summit documentation.
Please RSVP me by May 12, 2006 if you plan to attend and feel free to contact me if you need additional information.
TPTP Java 1.5 based profiling
Technology Preview TPTP 4.2 (June 2006)
General Availability TPTP 4.3 (~ November 2006)
TPTP Java Profiler JDK support
As users migrate from Java 1.4 to Java 1.5 (and beyond), TPTP will support profiling and run-time analysis of both Java 1.4 and Java 1.5 based applications. This support will continue until Java 1.4 is de-supported.