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This article discusses the best known methods for tuning the performance of the BEA WebLogic application server running the SPECjAppServer2002 benchmark on Intel architecture platforms. We describe a top-down, data-driven, and closed-loop approach to performance tuning, and touch on key advantages of BEA WebLogic that improve the performance of J2EE workloads. Introduction Java has become increasingly important in server-based applications. Consequently, standardized, robust, and scalable application support frameworks have become critical. Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) addresses this need, providing a comprehensive specification for application servers, including componentized object models and life cycles, database access, security, transactional integrity, and safe multithreading. One such application server is the BEA WebLogic application server. SPECjAppServe... (more)