By now, you are hopefully well aware that Glassfish 3.1 has been released. Because the performance group has been a little quiet lately, maybe you're thinking there aren't a lot of interesting performance features in this release. In fact, there are two key performance benefits: one which benefits developers, and one which is important for anyone using Glassfish's new clustering and high-...
Glassfish V3 is a .0 release of new code, a new architecture, and a new Java EE specification. Should we have high expectations about its performance?
We're frequent asked: what are my (glassfish/sailfin) threads doing? Here's how I figure it out.