Upcoming Eclipse Webinars: SOA Tools Platform and Memory Analyzer Projects
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Eclipse is hosting 2 new project webinars in May.
Bridging SOA Editors in Eclipse STP with the Intermediate Model
May 27, 2008
9:00 am PDT / 12:00 pm EDT / 4:00 pm GMT
Presented by Adrian Mos
To register email webinar-stp at eclipse dot org
This webinar will introduce you to the SOA Tools Platform Intermediate Model (STP-IM) component, a recent addition to Eclipse STP. STP-IM is meant as a "bridge" between editors. Its elements have the role of conceptual transport between different development spaces with the purpose to capture as much common SOA design information from different editors as possible. In particular, it aims to bridge the workflow and process world (BPMN / BPEL) with the architecture specification world (SCA / JBI) and the service creation world (such as JAX-WS).
The Memory Analyzer Project
May 29, 2008
8:00 am PDT / 11:00 am EDT / 3:00 pm GMT
Presented by Andreas Buchen
To register email webinar-memoryanalyzer at eclipse dot org
The Memory Analyzer is a heap dump analyzer which immediately shows the biggest objects, groups objects by class loaders and adds application knowledge to make sense out of the millions of objects in a typical heap dump. This webinar will take you on a hands-on tour of the most important features such as generating a report listing possible leaks, finding out why an object is not garbage collected, analyzing the memory consumption of components (WAR or plug-ins), and showing ways to reduce memory consumption.
For more information on this and other Eclipse webinars, visit http://live.eclipse.org/. Special thanks to Adobe for contributing their Adobe Acrobat Connect product to host the webinar.
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