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Java* Application Performance Improvement with Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 v3

Background

Java1, 2 is a programming language used for developing applications that can run on any operating system (OS). To do that, Java applications need to be compiled to bytecode.3 This bytecode can then be run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM)4 without recompiling. To run Java applications on OSs like Windows* and Linux*, a Java Runtime Environment (JRE)7 must be installed.

  • Linux*
  • Сервер
  • Java*
  • JVM
  • Intel® Xeon® Processor
  • TYDIC*
  • Intel® QPI
  • Intel® TSX
  • Intel® AVX2
  • Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions
  • Распределенные вычисления
  • Центр обработки данных
  • Корпоративные пользователи
  • Отрасль финансовых услуг
  • Identifying JVM SIMD and SSE Usage with the VTune™ Performance Analyzer

    Leveraging SIMD and SSE (Streaming SIMD Extensions) support available on target processors is one of the key optimization techniques JVMs use (or should use). The question is how to identify which Jitted methods use SSE?
  • Linux*
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Intel® VTune™ Amplifier
  • JVM
  • SSE
  • Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • The differences between a hard and soft SOA appliance

    In the last blog I wrote about the similarities and differences between a SOA "soft appliance" like Intel SOA Expressway and an ESB-based product.  Two key questions often arise out of that discussion: (1) Why do I need a SOA appliance if I already have an ESB, and (2) Why is a "soft appliance" better than an easy-to-deploy, secure and high-performance hardware appliance?

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