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Title:
IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java and JavaScript
Stream:
Java and other languages (1)
Speakers:
Toby Corbin
Abstract:
IBM now provides both an SDK and runtime for Java, and a SDK and runtime for JavaScript. Whilst the languages themselves share little more than the first four characters, IBMs approach is to provide a common set of free monitoring and diagnostics tools that apply to both runtimes, reducing the need to cross-skill, whilst continuing to support existing open source and 3rd party tools. This session introduces those tools, shows how they have been extended with IBM middleware product knowledge and integrated into IBM’s development tools, and how to use them either on-premise or in-cloud to investigate and resolve real-world problem scenarios.
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Bio:

Toby Corbin:

Toby is a Software Engineer working as part of the Runtimes tools team operating out of Hursley in the UK. The team develops low overhead monitoring, profiling, and diagnostics capabilities and free Eclipse-based tools such as Health Center, Garbage Collection and Memory Visualizer (GCMV), Memory Analyzer, and IBM Diagnostics Data Explorer (IDDE).
 
For the last few years, he has been focusing on providing a monitoring solution that can be adapted to multiple runtimes and integrated into new technologies. Prior to that, he worked on globalising the Java class library code

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