Tech start-ups jClarity and Waratek join forces to create greater stability, increased density and advanced performance for next-generation Cloud operations. jClarity???s groundbreaking Java analysis tool Censum will be integrated with Waratek???s next generation virtualization technology, providing its customers with operational insight into Waratek???s Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and significant cost savings.Founded by leading Java experts, jClarity???s debut product jClarity Censum offers stand-out Java analytics and insight for developers as opposed to solely supplying raw data. Censum locates Garbage Collection (GC) performance problems and advises how to fix them in an easily comprehensible manner. Launched in December 2012, jClarity Censum has already been hailed as ‘technology you can’t and won’t miss in 2013’ by Nerdability.The Waratek CloudVM for Java is a game-changing solution that allows enterprises, data centres and providers to run Java in the Cloud with genuine multitenancy, addressing serious incompatibilities that have previously undermined Java’s place in this new computing space. “Waratek’s technology represents a significant step towards reducing data centre footprint & increasing application density, both of which are hugely important in today’s market conditions??? says jClarity???s CEO Ben Evans. ???By adopting the combination of Waratek & jClarity, IT departments can feel confident that they can realise cost savings whilst still fully understanding their production plant.” ???Inefficient Garbage collection can affect application performance, using Censum to monitor live application behaviour can bring enhanced performance and cost savings to the Cloud??? says Waratek???s CTO and Founder John Matthew Holt. ???The use of Censum with the Waratek CloudVM for Java, provides a seamless and cost effective way to host elastic multitenant Java applications with fine-grained performance metering and control.???
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