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Saturday, February 23 • 5:20pm - 6:40pm
Mario Torre - Thermostat: an Open Source Instrumentation Tool for the Hotspot JVM

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"Thermostat is a new Instrumentation tool for the Hotspot JVM which is both scalable and extensible, and provides an out of the box solution for monitoring, diagnosing, profiling and controlling the JVM.

Thermostat main goal is to be a distributed Instrumentation tool and aims to make easy to monitor the Java VM over a range of possible scenarios and use cases, from simple local applications to complex Cloud oriented PaaS stacks.

In our presentation, we will describe our extensible model for collecting JVM and system monitoring data side by side, and attendees will learn about the features that make Thermostat unique over the alternatives.

Thermostat features a variety of client and components, and expose a comprehensive plugin API.

We will give an overview of this API and the architecture, and we will also describe our Eclipse plugin, the standalone Swing, the shell and the other command line clients. "


Mario Torre

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Hacker for fun and freedom, free software enthusiast, musician and incurable romantic, he has served few key FLOSS projects like GNU Classpath and OpenJDK and is co-author of the Caciocavallo project. Mario has a strong interest in Computer Graphics and Human - Machine interaction... Read More →

Saturday February 23, 2013 5:20pm - 6:40pm CET
Hackfest Lab 2 C511

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