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Memory Profiling for Java Applications with AlwaysOn Profiling

Splunk APM’s AlwaysOn Profiler is constantly monitoring code performance to give you immediate context of where performance bottlenecks exist and gives engineers more context to identify performance issues and troubleshoot faster across production environments.

In this video, Splunk Product Manager, Priit Potter, walks you through how to identify memory bottlenecks in Java applications, in this detailed product walkthrough. See how Priit troubleshoots his own application, visualizes memory performance problems, and uses flame graphs to detail the line of code responsible for the problem, all with the help of Splunk Application Performance Monitoring.