During Presentation, Nastel Will Give Away a Tablet Device and Free ‘Memory Leak Detector’ Software

MELVILLE, N.Y. – September 24, 2012 – Nastel Technologies, a premier global provider of application performance monitoring solutions for mission-critical applications from the datacenter to the cloud, today announced that CTO Albert Mavashev will host a presentation at the JavaOne conference Thursday, Oct. 4, about the best (and little-known) ways to detect and stop memory leaks in Java-based applications.

Mavashev will speak at 12:30 p.m. in the Continental Ballroom at the Hilton San Francisco. Session attendees will not only receive advice from a recognized APM expert, they also have a chance to win a tablet by tweeting questions to @Nastel in advance of the presentation.

The Nastel leader’s presentation will identify the many kinds of application leaks that steal productivity from an organization – everything from unchecked arrays and lists to thread and handle leaks. He will discuss the impacts leaks have on an organization and ways IT leaders can solve these problems.

“Organizations need to process the important transactions that drive their business and can’t afford the outages that are often the result of memory leaks,” Mavashev said. “You need a way to automatically detect leaky-type behavior patterns and take action to stop them before there is a system failure. Java’s built-in garbage collection alone is insufficient as many leaks can’t be detected by JVM usage alone. Getting a handle on the problem early can not only boost productivity over the long haul, it can also prevent a server failure.”

Nastel will give away free software that performs leak detection during the session. To join the conversation, follow @Nastel on twitter and tweet to the #JavaOne hashtag.

About Nastel
Nastel Technologies is a premier global provider of application performance management solutions for mission-critical applications from the datacenter to the cloud and is the only monitoring vendor with a unified platform to support all software and appliance-based middleware technology requirements. Nastel is a privately held company headquartered in New York, with offices in the U.S., the U.K., Germany and Mexico, and a network of partners throughout Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia. For more information, visit us at www.nastel.com. Read our blog, follow us on twitter, become a fan on Facebook.

Michael O’Connell / Malinda Singh
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