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Performance measurement tools

Pradeep bhatt
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Hi,
Can any one please list out tools available to measure the performance of J2EE applications.
Thanx in adv


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Remesh Govind
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http://www.empirix.com/Empirix/Corporate/News+and+Info/Events/Web+Events/web+application+test/bean+and+sitraka+web+event.html
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Chris Mathews
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The Grinder is a good free load-testing tool and it is used extensively in J2EE Performance Testing with BEA WebLogic Server, this week's book promotion.
[ October 16, 2002: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
Simon Brown
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Also take a look at this thread...
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Pradeep bhatt
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Which one is better?
JMeter or Grineder.
Rob Misek
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There is also Precise'sIndepth for J2EE.
A very ncie tool, but it does cost some $$$.
Later.


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