Tuning JVM for a VM - Lessons Learned, Directly from VMware

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Ben Corrie from VMware  gave a talk on March 15, 2012 at the San Francisco Java Usergroup on tuning the JVM for a virtual machine. The event was filled to capacity, but fortunately you can find the video, slides, and a more detailed description of the talk below.

The number of Java workloads running on virtualized infrastructure has been increasing exponentially over the last few years. Advancements in processors and hypervisor technology now make virtualizing Java a compelling proposition. However, there are still best practice provisos and considerations, particularly in the area of JVM memory management.

This talk will present a lot of the innovation, practical insight, and lessons learned gained from the last year by a senior engineer from VMware who recently developed a Java "ballooning" solution called Elastic Memory for Java (EM4J)

 

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