Peace software at JavaOne

Peace Software's Optimizeit ServerTrace product was showcased by Borland at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco last week, which more than 10,000 developers attended to hear views on where Java is headed over the next year.

Peace Software's Optimizeit ServerTrace product was showcased by Borland at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco last week, which more than 10,000 developers attended to hear views on where Java is headed over the next year.

Peace uses ServerTrace, the performance testing element in the vendor’s Application Lifecycle Management offering, to fine-tune its customer information system software.

Lex Miller, a senior tools engineer at Peace, says ServerTrace reaches through the Java to where it touches the database so all the appropriate users can see the same performance issues.

Borland announced the release of version three of the software.

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