Java Flight Recorder3 articles
Let’s look at how frameworks work under the hood, namely Quarkus and Spring Boot, and how many threads they initiate to serve up results.
Thinking About Massive Throughput? Meet Virtual Threads!
Virtual threads not only help to increase application throughput by running a much bigger number of concurrent tasks together, they also provide a framework to refactor already existing code.
A Closer Look at JFR Streaming
Since JDK 14, there is a new kid on the block – Java Flight Recorder streaming, which enables developers to subscribe to JFR data.
It is a feature allowing a developer to subscribe to select JFR data and to decide what to do with that data in the host process. JFR events can also be consumed from a separate process by pointing to the file repo of a separate JVM process – the mechanism is the same.