List/Grid Tag Archives: Performance

scala-logo

Benchmarking Scala against Java

A question recently came up at work about benchmarks between Java and Scala. Maybe you came across my blog post because you too are wanting to know which is faster, Java or Scala. Well ...
apache-jmeter-logo

Performance Analysis of REST/HTTP Services with JMeter and Yourkit

My last post described how to accomplish stress- or load-testing of asynchronous REST/HTTP services with JMeter. However, running such tests often reveals that the system under test ...
software-development-2-logo

Opinion: Performance Testing

Performance tuning an application is time consuming, and expensive. Useful tests often need dedicated hardware to run on. It’s specialised and time consuming to prepare the ground ...
java-interview-questions-answers

NUMA architecture and Java

Time to deploy your application, looking forward to procure hardware that suits best to the load requirements. Boxes with 40 cores or 80 cores are pretty common these days. General ...
disruptor-logo

Single Writer Principle

When trying to build a highly scalable system the single biggest limitation on scalability is having multiple writers contend for any item of data or resource. Sure, algorithms can ...
disruptor-logo

Smart Batching

How often have we all heard that “batching” will increase latency? As someone with a passion for low-latency systems this surprises me. In my experience when batching is done ...
disruptor-logo

Smart Batching

How often have we all heard that “batching” will increase latency? As someone with a passion for low-latency systems this surprises me. In my experience when batching is done ...
java-logo

Java Lock Implementations

We all use 3rd party libraries as a normal part of development. Generally, we have no control over their internals. The libraries provided with the JDK are a typical example. Many ...
java-logo

Java Sequential IO Performance

Many applications record a series of events to file-based storage for later use. This can be anything from logging and auditing, through to keeping a transaction redo log in an ...
software-development-2-logo

Applying Back Pressure When Overloaded

How should a system respond when under sustained load? Should it keep accepting requests until its response times follow the deadly hockey stick, followed by a crash? All too often ...
Java Code Geeks and all content copyright © 2010-2014, Exelixis Media Ltd | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Contact
All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on Java Code Geeks are the property of their respective owners.
Java is a trademark or registered trademark of Oracle Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Java Code Geeks is not connected to Oracle Corporation and is not sponsored by Oracle Corporation.
Do you want to know how to develop your skillset and become a ...
Java Rockstar?

Subscribe to our newsletter to start Rocking right now!

To get you started we give you two of our best selling eBooks for FREE!

Get ready to Rock!
You can download the complementary eBooks using the links below:
Close