Monitoring performance in a WebSphere Portal environment

To tune your WebSphere Portal environment for optimal performance, you need to know what needs tuning. The monitoring methods discussed in this article cover several key areas of WebSphere Portal. They help you to view the true behavior of your WebSphere Portal environment and ultimately identify bottlenecks and potential problems. This article is meant to be an overview of monitoring methods rather than an in-depth look at any specific methods. This article provides a good starting point for most people tasked with resolving these types of problems. Our goal is to show you enough approaches so that you can resolve performance issues in a timely, cost-efficient manner.

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