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How NOT to Measure Latency

Speaker: Azul CTO Gil Tene

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South Bay (LA) Java User Group

Matt Schuetze speaks to South Bay JUG

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Understanding Hardware Transactional Memory

Azul CTO Gil Tene’s presentation at QCon London 3/8/16

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Atlanta Java User Group

Matt Schuetze speaks to Atlanta JUG

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Project Jigsaw in JDK 9: Modularity Comes To Java

Simon Ritter's presentation at QCon London on March 7, 2016

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QCon NY 2015, How NOT to Measure Latency

Azul Director of Product Management Matt Schuetze discusses common pitfalls encountered in measuring and characterizing latency, and ways to address them using some recently open sourced tools.

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Performance Engineering At MasterCard

Presented by Ted Boehm at StrangeLoop, in St. Louis, Missouri September 2015

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QCon London 2015, LMAX Exchange and the Zing JVM

Azul CTO Gil Tene and LMAX Exchange Senior Developer Mark Price discuss lessons learned from a long-term real-world deployment of low latency Java technology.

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Dallas JUG 2015: Enabling Java in Latency Sensitive Environments

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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Are You Fast At Market Open?

Azul Systems CTO, Gil Tene, Discusses Java Speed at Market Open Conditions

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NY Java SIG 2015: Low Latency Java in the Real World

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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Austin JUG 2015: Enabling Java in Latency Sensitive Environments

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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Houston JUG 2015: Zulu: OpenJDK for Azure

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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Understanding Latency and Response Time Behavior

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Product Manager, Azul Systems

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Utah JUG 2014: Enabling Java in Latency Sensitive Environments

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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Detroit JUG 2014: Understanding Java Garbage Collection

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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DotCMS Bootcamp 2014: Enabling Java in Latency Sensitive Environments

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Director of Product Management, Azul Systems

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QCon SF 2014 Priming Java for Speed

Azul CTO Gil Tene describes JIT compiler optimization techniques and their performance impact.

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Washington, DC JUG 2014

Understanding Garbage Collection
Azul Product Manager Matt Schuetze delivers a presentation on JVM memory details to the Washington DC/Northern Virginia Java User Group (“DCJUG”).

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Philadelphia JUG 2014

Azul Product Manager Matt Schuetze delivers a presentation on JVM memory details to the Philadelphia Java User Group.

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NY Java SIG 2014

Azul Product Manager Matt Schuetze delivers a presentation on GC details to the New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG), which is based in New York City and attracts Java developers from the tri-state region.

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Low Latency Summit NY Fall 2013

Presenter: Matt Schuetze, Product Manager Azul Systems

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Azure-CEE Open Source in the Cloud Workshop, Warsaw

Speaker: Matt Schuetze, Product Manager, Azul Systems

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Victoria/Vancouver Island JUG Understanding Java Garbage Collection

Garbage Collection is an integral part of application behavior on Java platforms, yet it is often misunderstood. As such, it is important for Java developers to understand the actions you can take in selecting and tuning collector mechanisms, as well as in your application architecture choices.

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SpringOne 2011 Understanding Java GC

Azul CTO Gil Tene classifies current Java garbage collection algorithms and how your choice of collector affects application performance.

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Orange County JUG 2011 Java Benchmarking

This presentation by Cliff Click, Jr. offers tips for any programmer who has tried to benchmark anything, including specific advice on how to benchmark, stumbling blocks to look out for, and real-world examples of how well-known benchmarks fail to actually measure what they intended to measure.

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