Howard Green

Howard Green

VP, Marketing

Howard brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing, public relations, and business development at Silicon Valley-based hardware and software companies, and provides Marketing leadership for Azul Systems.

Prior to joining Azul in 2010, Howard was responsible for business development, partner programs, and product management at Kabira Technologies. Kabira (acquired by Tibco in 2010) was an in-memory transaction processing pioneer, providing high-performance systems for the electronic payments industry and Tier 1 wireless service providers.

Before joining Kabira, Howard was a marketing consultant at clients including CollabNet and Tropos Networks.

Additionally, Howard has founded or co-founded two Bay Area-based startups and managed Product and/or Corporate Marketing at companies including iPass, Corsair Communications, and MicroModule Systems. Howard began his career with Digital Equipment Corporation in New York City. He holds an MA from Columbia University and a BA from Columbia College.

Recent Posts

JDK 10: Release Cadence, Release Fatigue, and Support Cliffs

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been tracking a series of interviews (link is to #4 in the series) with 11 Java experts conducted by Jaxenter’s Gabriela Motroc. The Jaxenter articles were triggered by Oracle’s new Java release cadence, which was first announced in September 2017. From my perspective, however — the March 2018 launch of JDK

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Developing with Zing on Windows or Mac

Developing with Zing: Overview Azul gets asked frequently whether Zing–which is a by design a great production JVM on the server–would also satisfy a developer use case for Java applications. Typically, this means putting Zing onto a laptop or desktop and running developer IDEs and tools. Fortunately, several factors are converging to make Zing in

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Did you have a Black Friday that was record-setting and boring?

That was the report from one of the world’s largest e-commerce sites. They worked hard to make their holiday shopping season a success, and here’s what they reported after Black Friday 2016: “We had an awesome and a BORING holiday. Yes, I said BORING, which is what me and my team worked really hard for.

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Azul Systems Announces Zulu OpenJDK Support for Windows Server 2016

Earlier today we made the following announcement, aligned with the Windows Server 2016 launch at this week’s Microsoft Ignite. Highlights of the announcement: Azul’s Zulu Enterprise now includes 100% open source, certified builds of OpenJDK with support for Windows Server 2016 Ideal for organizations and developers that prefer open source and want the peace of

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Zulu Embedded (OpenJDK) for ARM v7 and 32-bit v8 is ready for download

On July 28 we announced the general availability of Zulu Embedded (OpenJDK) for ARM v7 and 32-bit v8 designs. We also announced our embedded processor roadmap for the next 6 months, which includes ARM (32 and 64-bit), Intel X64 (32 and 64-bit), PowerPC and MIPS processors. Fully-supported Zulu Embedded builds of OpenJDK for 32-bit ARM

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Four Reasons to Attend Zulu University

A while back, I spent an evening in front of a video camera putting together a four-part series explaining Zulu, the family of Java kits provided by Azul based on OpenJDK. With the video series, we were looking for a reasonable way to encapsulate everything from the Zulu product family into a few quick study

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A Game Changer for Java on ARM32

By Kevin Lee Senior Director, Marketing and Product Management at Azul Systems Today at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, we’ve made a major announcement on Java availability for ARM32. Zulu Embedded, Azul’s build of OpenJDK, now supports ARM32. This is a major milestone for everyone who has been trying to or wanted to use Java on

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