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AppPerfect J2EE/JVM Profiler helps you diagnose and resolve performance problems, memory leaks, multi-threading problems and system resource usage problems in your Java applications to ensure the highest level of stability and scalability for your applications. AppPerfect J2EE/JVM Profiler provides you with a root-cause analysis of these problems and helps you resolve them.

AppPerfect J2EE/JVM Profiler is the only profiler available that co-relates the behavior of your Java Virtual Machine to the resources being used on the machine. A JVM's performance depends heavily on the underlying system's resources such as CPU usage, memory usage, network usage and disk I/O available to it. AppPerfect J2EE/JVM Profiler provides you a unified view of all these resources to help you understand your JVM's performance characteristics and take appropriate corrective actions when issues arise.

AppPerfect J2EE/JVM Profiler is a comprehensive Java performance tuning solution with support for Heap Analysis, Thread Analysis and System Resources analysis.

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