Understanding Java Garbage Collection and What You Can Do About It
Daniel Witkowski (Azul Systems)
Stichworte: Java, Garbage Collection, Memory management
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Daniel WitkowskiDaniel Witkowski works with state-of-the-art Azul System technologies for over 6 years. He used to work with Azul Vega appliances that had up to 768 cores of custom design CPU trying to optimize systems and scale them up to use more parallel cores and improve performance. With Zing JVM that is able to run on moden Intel and AMD processors and Linux OS Azul brings it concurrent and pauseless C4 collector to broader audience and is actively engaging with developers and designers of cutting edge Java systems to overcome typical JVM problems with memory management.
Daniel has very deep knowledge about performance analysis and tuning of J2EE systems. He used to work as a technical manager in various projects for telco, finance and e-Commerce customers and he was responsible for designing and delivering business critical systems in areas of J2EE and system integration. He is frequently engaged as a consultant to find a application's bottlenecks and improve system performance and scalability.
Daniel holds master and bachelor of science degree from Warsaw University of Technology.