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Books on Java performance tuning

 
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Hi,
Can you please suggest on good book for java performance tuning. The topics I want to cover:

Core java memory concepts
Core Java performance tuning
Java based web application tuning
Java based web services(rest & soap) tuning

Also suggest if there are any good trainings available on same. I browsed net but could not find anything suitable.
I am a java developer with good knowledge of java(8+ years experience).

Thanks for reading this,


 
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We usually do a performance research by writing small stop watch and it will log time taken for each business methods. You create stop watch methods something like startWath and stopWatch to start and stop a timer. The performance tuning on web applications vary from server to server since there are some server level tuning also improves your application's performance.
 
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Java Performance: The Definitive Guide is a really good book and its quite latest as well - covers G1 GC in depth.

Then there is another book: Java Performance by Charlie Hunt and Binu John even this book is good expecially the java performance troubleshooting guidelines are good.
 
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