Thermostat goes to Red Hat Summit & JavaOne 2012

Last week, we were happy to receive notification that our (Mario & me) proposal for a presentation about Thermostat at JavaOne 2012 has been accepted! Thermostat is the project that both of us have been heavily involved with during the last 4-5 months (having joined Jon & Omair in February who have been involved much longer and deeper). It’s a next generation monitoring, diagnosing, profiling and controlling solution for OpenJDK. Just now we are adding heap analysis support and make Thermostat ready for its first milestone release at the end of this week, just in time for Deepak’s show at the Red Hat Summit in Boston. The second milestone release is planned to be ready roughly 3 months later, just before JavaOne. (Yes, we invented a new development cycle: Conference Driven Release Management 🙂 ) Hope to see lots of folks there!

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