The AMIS ADF Performance Monitor is an application performance management tool (APM) tool that really understands Oracle ADF applications. Web applications often contain frustrating blind spots and mysterious, recurring problems that are often difficult to identify, diagnose, and fix. The ADF Performance Monitor helps enterprises by delivering insight into real end-user experiences. It helps development, QA teams and administrators detect, analyze and resolve common and less common issues in response times and resource usage of ADF applications.
This blog publishes a new whitepaper that gives detailed information about the architecture and implementation of the ADF Performance Monitor.
The first version of this monitor (ADF 10g version) was already released in 2009. Since then many new versions have been released. The monitor supports all ADF versions (ADF 10g, ADF11g R1/R2 , ADF 12C). Recently the monitor has been improved with many new useful features like network time, browser load time, support for EJB/JPA (implemented with EclipseLink), POJO Java based DataControls, JAX-WS webservices, e.g.
New whitepaper published
The contents of the whitepaper are:
You can download the whitepaper here.
You can get more information on the ADF Performance Monitor website at adfpm.com. A one month trial version is available on demand here.