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Click Here to View This Webcast Now ! Is your business affected by system shutdowns because your application eventually runs out of memory? Would you prefer to be more proactive in detecting memory leaks in your production application without affecting performance? Are you looking for clearer root-cause insight to slash memory leak troubleshooting time under production service pressure? As data center administrators and managers, you are entrusted with critical services that have a direct business impact. The threat of business service downtime due to enterprise application memory leaks is a constant IT concern. Often such problems only begin to show after long production runs, and require high-overhead tools to detect and quantify. This webcast will show you how to proactively reduce the threat of memory leaks. Please view this webcast to learn how Intersperse, Tida... (more)

Altaworks Panorama 1.5 Advances J2EE Performance Management and Offers Expanded Support for IBM WebSphere® and DB2®

(May 7, 2002) - At the annual IBM DeveloperWorks Live conference, Altaworks Corporation announced the release of PanoramaTM1.5. With this latest version, Altaworks pioneers the industry's first capability for automating the detection of probable causes of performance problems down to the method level. Altaworks has also expanded its management of IBM-based environments by adding support for IBM WebSphere 4.0 and IBM's Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) API and by enhancing its monitoring of IBM's DB2® database. The advanced capabilities in this latest version of Panorama... (more)

DataPower Enhances Security and Performance for WebSphere MQ

(September 16, 2003) - The latest firmware release for the DataPower XS40 XML Security Gateway and XA35 XML Accelerator network devices include support for IBM's WebSphere MQ (formerly MQ Series) protocol. This integration, achieved in part by establishing a technology licensing relationship with IBM Corporation, enables direct access to the XML acceleration and Web services security benefits of DataPower's XAN products from MQ Series applications. Support for MQ also makes it possible to use the XS40 XML Security Gateway as a wirespeed trusted gateway between internal MQ-based W... (more)

12 Best Practices for J2EE Developers Named

Kyle Brown and Keys Botzum, from IBM Software Services for WebSphere, together with Ruth Willenborg, Senior Manager, IBM WebSphere Performance, set out to come up with the list of what they consider to be the Top Twelve Best Practices for anyone involved in J2EE application development. For the full details of each one, see their paper on the subject. WJ News Desk bring you here the overall summary list though, which reads as follows: Always use MVC. Apply automated unit tests and test harnesses at every layer. Develop to the specifications, not the application server. Plan for using ... (more)

IBM's "SOMA" Executed Through New Asset-Based Services

"Asset-based services will dramatically impact the way customers deploy Service-Oriented Architectures," said Michael Liebow, vice president of Web services and SOA for IBM Global Services, as IBM today announced new services to help companies maximize technology investments to support business goals. These new services will help IBM customers with specific aspects of an SOA including planning, design, implementation and management. They execute the approach created by IBM's Service-Oriented Modeling and Architecture (SOMA), a unique methodology to align an SOA to a customer's bus... (more)