Oracle Management Cloud – Java Flight Recording Dumps by Michel Schildmeijer

Posted: July 7, 2018 in Cloud
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The Oracle Management Cloud is a very broad platform for every developer or Ops to get out all the information that is needed.

This is why this platform is an ideal one to be used in a DevOps strategy. Why? It has so many features to do analysis from both a developers perspective as an operations perspective. Combine these two and your team will act faster in detecting and solving issues, or even be pro active about possible bottlenecks in applications.

One of the zillion features, although a small one I discovered is the ability to record and dump a Java snapshot, or even better known as Java Flight Recorder Dump.

Through OMC it is possible with the help of the Diagnostic framework from Oracle WebLogic ( WLDF ) to dump a recording, or dump several recordings.

These recordings can be used to analyse the behavior of the entire JVM – in this case the JVM of  a particular WebLogic Server Instance. Read the complete article here.

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