“I don’t have to worry about Garbage collection” – Is it true?

I have heard a few of my developer friends say: “Garbage Collection is automatic. So, I do not have to worry about it.“ The first part is true, i.e., “Garbage Collection is automatic” on all modern platforms – Java, .NET, Golang, Python… But the second part i.e., “I don’t have to worry about it.” – may not be true. It is arguable, questionable. Here is my case to showcase the importance of Garbage Collection:

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How many millions of dollars enterprises waste due to Garbage collection?

We truly believe enterprises are wasting millions of dollars in garbage collection. We equally believe enterprises are wasting these many millions of dollars even without knowing they are wasting. Intent of this post is to bring visibility on how several millions of dollars are wasted due to garbage collection.

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Chaos Engineering – Thread Leak

In the series of chaos engineering articles, we have been learning to simulate various performance problems. In this post, let’s discuss how to simulate thread leaks. ‘java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: unable to create new native thread’ will be thrown when more threads are created than the memory capacity of the device. When this error is thrown, it will disrupt the application’s availability.

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