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This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's PowerPoint conference presentation. Detailed knowledge of load patterns and object usage is crucial to the task of optimizing the performance of objects and services in a distributed computing environment. This paper presents a method to capture performance and accounting information on objects in the TINA DPE by examining and logging all object interactions. This method is applied to a test implementation of the TINA architecture to determine its performance characteristics. Changes to the platform are made based on analysis of the statistics captured. The platform is tested again with the revised configuration, and the performance improvements are shown.