DevStream (http://www.devstream.com) has released JView 2004 1.3, a J2EE performance monitor and Java tuning profiler. This comprehensive java performance tuning tool is designed to help customers quickly detect bottlenecks in their performance of Java custom code and J2EE-driven applications. A J2EE monitor trial version is available for download. Features include: * Java Performance Metrics, including Method time, CPU thread time, and SQL based transaction time. * Very low overhead - Using native dynamic-instrumentation library * J2EE Thread stack viewer * JavaScape - A landscape view of your J2EE environment * SQLylzer HotSpot analysis view for in-depth SQL coverage. * SLA Monitoring coverage to ensure your application is performing as expected. * Operation Awareness Alerts can page support staff, informing of potential performance issues, as performance nears SLA thresholds. * Built-In Cluster Capability, allowing for multiple agent displays, including CPU, JVM Heap memory, and method metric data. * MReports - JView 2004's internal reporting system. JView 2004 is available on Windows, Solaris, and Linux, for application servers such as Weblogic, JBoss, and JRun.