A new profiling product for Java developers, using a transaction-centric view of performance, enables tuning of the most complex multi-tiered applications under load.
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Last time, we installed Tomcat 4 on Mac OS X. This time, we'll look at how to set it up to launch automatically, and how to run it more securely, as an unprivileged user.
The Mac is rarely considered as a platform for enterprise Java application development and deployment; but with OS X, you can throw out your preconceived notions and get down to business on the server-side.