Alois Reitbauer About the Author

New Book on Java Enterprise Performance (German)

Our new book Java Enterprise Performance is now available. It covers all major topics around performance management for enterprise Java applications. The book targets software and system architects as well as developers.

It starts with an introduction to performance measurement techniques and data interpretation. The following technical chapters cover all major technologies used in enterprise applications; like remoting or web and Ajax technologies. Each technology is presented in a unique understand-measure-resolve approach. The goal is to first gain deep technical understanding of the underlying technology. Then measurement approaches and the interpretation of the data is discussed in detail. Each chapter is then completed with a discussion of typical problem patterns and how to detect and resolve them.

The third part of the book discusses how to effectively implement performance testing, analysis and optimization processes. Special emphasis is put on modern performance management methods in agile and DevOps environments.

The book can be ordered via Amazon and you can also download a sample chapter. Some time later this year we will also have an English version available.

About The Author
Alois Reitbauer
Alois Reitbauer


  1. Will it be translated in English?


  2. Yes it will. We hope to finish it by the end of the year at the latest. We however have to convince the publisher first 😉

  3. I would love to read this book, but I don’t know German. It would be great if this book is released in English.

  4. Punit Sethi says:

    Yes, would be great to have an English version soon. Btw, are there are English reads on Performance aspects Enterprise Java that you would recommend?


  5. I would love to read this book in English.
    In a year or something parts of it will be deprecated.

    I would suggest to speed up the translation process and start selling it as an e-book.

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