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When running Spring Batch in production it’s always good to keep an eye on performance. And in pre-production it’s helpful to have a tool that points to the weak spots. One option you have is to use Application Performance Management (APM) tools, and one of them is AppDynamics. In this post I describe how you need to configure AppDynamics to efficiently monitor Spring Batch jobs.

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