Tuesday Mar 04, 2014

Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder Demo Series by Mike

Over the past few weeks I have been working on a set of screencast videos demoing the key features of Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder 5.2. As you may know, as of Java 7 u40 Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder are now included free with the JDK 7 downloads. The demos show you the basics of how to use these powerful tools.

The Web tutorial version, which includes text notes and a few tips on how you can follow along with the demos at home, can be found here: Oracle Learning Library: Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder Demo Series.

To just see the demos only on YouTube, here is a link to the play list.
YouTube: Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder Demo Series.

I hope you enjoy all the demos!

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Monday Dec 30, 2013

Cloud Control: Automatic refresh of Weblogic domain members by Tony van Esch

enable_refresh_domain_jobIt’s a fact that Weblogic domains are dynamic in nature, especially when SOA components are involved. Out of the box Cloud Control does not update the target list of a Weblogic domain. Ofcourse you can manually trigger a refresh of the Weblogic domain, but it would be much better to automate this procedure.

Automation can be achieved by enabling the ‘refresh domain’ job per domain.

Go to a domain and under the ‘General’ tab, click on the ‘Weblogic Domain Refreshed’ date.

To check the refresh jobs in Cloud Control, go to Enterprise > job > Activity Read the complete article here.


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Tuesday Oct 15, 2013

Java Mission Control (Finally) Released!

jdkIf you’ve had the time to download the latest Java 7 JDK update (7u40), you may have noticed that there is a new addition to the tools in the bin folder: Java Mission Control!

Java Mission Control is a production time tools suite that has its roots in the JRockit JVM tooling. This is the Mission Control team’s first public release in a couple of years, so we’re obviously quite excited!

That said, the 5.2.0 version number is really a bit misleading – for most purposes and intent this is really a 1.0.0 release. Please have some patience as we bring Mission Control fully to par with what JRockit offered. Meanwhile I hope you find it as useful as I do!

I will be talking more about Java Mission Control in blogs later this week, but in this one I just thought I’d just do my own version of the release notes. Here goes: Read the full article here & download Mission Control here.

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