Quest Software Inc., a leading provider of application management solutions, announced that its Quest JProbe performance tuning suite now supports 64-bit Windows and Linux Java environments. The first and only commercial toolset for 64-bit Java, Quest JProbe enables developers to analyze Java code running on 64-bit Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) on Intel Itanium 2- based operating systems including Microsoft Windows and Red Hat Linux.

New 64-bit architectures enable Java applications to access larger data sets and improve scalability. Quest JProbe now supports both Microsoft Windows and Red Hat Linux operating systems for Itanium 2 servers, running 64-bit Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) including BEA WebLogic JRockit 8.1 and IBM 1.3.1 JVM. JProbe also supports Hewlett-Packard HP-UX 11i for Itanium, running HP's 1.4.1 JVM or higher.

Quest JProbe is a complete performance tuning toolkit for Java code, providing powerful Java performance profiling, memory debugging, code coverage and thread analysis capabilities in one conveniently integrated suite. Graphically depicting everything from memory usage to calling relationships, Quest JProbe helps developers understand precisely what is causing problems in Java applications – right down to the offending line of source code.

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