IBM Whole-system Analysis of Idle Time (WAIT)

Recently attended the demo of the IBM Whole System Analysis of Idle Time (WAIT) Performance monitor tool. 

WAIT is designed to be zero-install, it requires no monitoring agents installed on the application server and even you don’t need to restart the server. WAIT can help you pinpoint performance bottlenecks like waiting for database data, waiting on hot locks, or executing code  in a Java applications.

Following are three steps for using WAIT
  1. Collect the data from system using the datacollector scripts provided , This is like issuing a signal to a running JVM.
  2. Upload the generated data to WAIT service.
  3. View the report in your browser. 
Following links help find out more information regarding WAIT.

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