Self-paced WebSphere Application Server Troubleshooting and Performance Lab

When:  Apr 22, 2020 from 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM (CT)
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Event password: troubleshoot


This presentation will discuss and demonstrate the WebSphere Application Server Troubleshooting and Performance Lab on Docker which is a free, publicly downloadable Traditional WAS and WAS Liberty troubleshooting and performance lab.

This presentation will cover the basics of the lab itself, how to install and use it, and demonstrate some of the key WAS-related troubleshooting and performance tools that administrators should use day-to-day.

Afterwards, you can download the lab yourself. It is hosted on Docker Hub, so it's just a matter of installing Docker on Windows, Mac, or Linux, downloading and running the lab, and opening a remote GUI into it. You may run through the full lab which is over 130 pages or run it a la carte to learn about topics such as CPU usage, thread dumps, garbage collection, memory analysis, profiling, and more.

For more information, see a demo on YouTube.

Kevin Grigorenko
Software Engineer
IBM WebSphere Application Server SWAT

Kevin Grigorenko is a senior software engineer on the IBM WebSphere Application Server SWAT team, which provides worldwide, on­site, and remote supplemental product defect support, particularly in critical production situations. He focuses on problem determination and performance tuning for WebSphere Application Server and related stack products and operating systems, including the IBM and HotSpot JVMs, Linux, AIX, Solaris, Windows, z/OS, HP/UX, and IBMi. He is an open source contributor on OpenLiberty, Eclipse MicroProfile, the Eclipse Memory Analyzer Tool, and Wireshark.