William Louth will be giving a talk on JVM performance measurement, optimization and execution control. During the talk he will outline a vision for the future of software performance measurement, execution analysis, runtime adaptation as well as reliability/resilience engineering. His talk will touch on such topics as self awareness (behavioral introspection), self regulation (control & feedback, systems & signals) as well as approaches to performance analysis in highly parallel/distributed execution environments.
Speaker: William Louth
William Louth is the CTO at JINSPIRED BV and the product architect of its innovative application performance management, resource metering execution control solutions. He is widely recognized as one of the top engineers in application software performance engineering. He has previously worked for Inprise/Borland on JavaEE/CORBA technologies and has provided technical advisory consultancy to many of the leading JVM & IT management vendors in the area of performance management, software runtime visualization, application deployment modeling and federated CMDB design. William spent his early engineering years in the telecommunication industry developing GSM billing engine software as well as least cost routing (LCR) systems for Europe wide traffic at AT&T. He has spoken at many conferences on performance measurement, runtime diagnostics and software execution costing & optimization management in the cloud including JavaOne, CloudConnect, Velocity, BorCon, Jazoon, Software Test & Performance and JAX. William frequently writes on Quality of Service (QoS), API design, data visualization, complex adaptive systems, and intelligent instrumentation & measurement in the context of application runtimes and platforms on jinspired.com.