KL Group has unveiled its Jprobe Profiler to enable Java developers to analyse Java applet and application code, whether it is 100 per cent Pure Java or not. The product runs on a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) licensed from Sun?s JavaSoft unit and can measure anything to do with Java program execution from within the JVM itself. This enables users to analyse an application?s performance, identify bottlenecks and verify corrections once undertaken. Jprobe requires a Windows NT-based Pentium PC to run and will ship in March for $499.
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