Tuning WebSphere applications

 

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This topic provides quick links to information about tuning specific WebSphere application types, and the services and containers that support them.

Note: The WAS documentation contains a finite set of tuning topics to which the following table provides links. Installing the documentation plug-ins for additional components, such as Service integration, might add new entries to the information table of contents. The new entries will not be shown in the table. To see the complete set of application tuning topics available in this information center installation, expand Tuning performance > Tuning WebSphere applications in the table of contents.

Product architecture and programming model, at a glance

Application serving environment -- See Tuning the application serving environment WebSphere applications WebSphere applications
Servers

Environment

System administration

  • Administrative clients
  • Configuration files
  • Domains (cells, nodes)

Performance tools

  • Monitoring
  • Tuning performance

Troubleshooting tools

  • Diagnostic tools
  • Support and self-help

The product subsystems are discussed in the Product architecture. For the most part, they do not depend on the type of applications being deployed

Services

J2EE applications

Clients

  • Client applications
  • Web clients
  • Web services clients
  • Administrative clients

Web services

J2EE resources

WebSphere extensions

  • ActivitySessions
  • Application profiling
  • Asynchronous beans
  • Dynamic caching
  • Dynamic and EJB query
  • Internationalization
  • Object pools
  • Scheduler
  • Startup beans
  • Work area




Related concepts
Tuning the application serving environment

 



 

 

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