What's New in Performance Diagnosis

Speeding up a Pig+HBase MapReduce job by a factor of 15 (19 FEB 2013)

Read the latest blog from Michael Kopp and learn why adding more hardware doesn't necessarily speed up your BigData number crunching process

About the Performance of Map Reduce Jobs (26 JAN 2012)

Are you tired of adding new hardware to speed up your MapReduce jobs? Check out Mike Kopp's new blog to learn how to analyze and optimize MapReduce job performance!

How server-side performance affects mobile user experience (5 SEP 2011)

Do you have a mobile version of your website? How do you measure mobile user experience? Alois Reitbauer analyzed mobile.united.com and explains why their mobile version takes 6 times longer to load than the regular website.

Diagnosing AWT and Swing Applications (2 SEP 2011)

Christian Grimm gives Step-By-Step instructions on how to anlayze and diagnose AWT/Swing Applications. He provides a pre-configured System Profile, Dashboard and a sample dynaTrace Session.

toString or not toString (31 MAY 2011)

Keith Marshall explains how Production Problem Triage becomes easier using customized toString methods

Application Performance and Architectural Problems You can Find in One Hour (27 APR 2011)

Learn how to identify the typical performance and architectural problems on a Java/.NET Application within an hour.

Top Java Memory Problems (20 APR 2011)

Fighting Java Memory Problems? Learn about the root cause of Memory Leaks and how to identify them.

Performance Regression and Scalabilty Anlaysis with White Box Testing (18 APR 2011)

Learn the difference between Black and White Box Testing and how to analyze performance and scalability problems

Field Report - Memory Leak Detection in Production (8 APR 2011)

Ever had memory problems in Production? One of our customers shares his story on how dynaTrace helps him detecting memory leaks on their production servers

Behind the Scenes of Serialization in Java (3 MAR 2011)

You use remoting technologies? Then read the analysis from Alois Reitbauer on the overhead of serialization protocols such as JSON, XML, Fast InfoSet or standard Java Serialization.

JDK6 Update 23 changes CMS Collection counters (15 FEB 2011)

Consider updating your JDK? Read what has changed in terms of Garbage Collection Counters before upgrading.

How to explain growing Worker Threads under Load (26 JAN 2011)

Ever faced the problem of growing web worker threads without knowing why the grow faster than your load? Learn from our Best Practice applied on a real example.

How Database Queries Slow Down Confluence User Search (17 JAN 2011)

Got a slow running feature and want to learn how to analyze it? Learn how we analyzed a slow search feature on our Community Portal.

Videos and Blogs on Keynote and dynaTrace Monitoring and Load Testing Integration (15 SEP 2010)

Interested in how an End-to-End APM Solution for both Production Monitoring and Cloud-Based Load Testing looks like? Check out the blogs and videos that guide you through the integration between Keynote and dynaTrace

Top 3 Performance Problems in Custom Microsoft CRM Applications (2 September 2010)

Avoid running into performance problems on custom build Microsoft CRM Applications by applying the recommendations to avoid the Top 3 Problems when using the MS CRM SDK

Top 10 Performance Problems from the Field (16 June 2010)

Read about the Top 10 Performance Mistakes others made and learn how to avoid them

How ASP.NET PostBacks and Redirects Work (10 June 2010)

Get insight into ASP.NET PostBacks and Redirects and learn what the PurePath looks like in those scenarios

Diagnose the Top SharePoint Performance Problems

SharePoint is without question a fast-growing platform and Microsoft is making lots of money with it. It’s been around for almost a decade and grew from a small list and document management application into an application development platform on top of ASP.NET using its own API to manage content in the SharePoint Content Database.
Over the years many things have changed – but some haven’t – like – SharePoint still uses a single database table to store ALL items in any SharePoint List. And this brings me straight into the #1 problem I have seen when working with companies that implemented their own solution based on SharePoint:


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