Myth 1: “It takes years to migrate your Java to Azul” – It won’t. It’s the equivalent of project managing a dot update.
Myth 2: “Your Java developers need to be retrained to use OpenJDK” – No, they don’t.
Many people are still confused about what to do with their Java estate now that updates require paid subscriptions. What needs to be upgraded? What should migrate to OpenJDK? Is there another option?
Join SoftwareONE and Azul on Wednesday, October 7th as we discuss:
- Why Azul is a proven drop-in replacement for Oracle JDK
- Realistic timelines and key steps for Java migrations
- What additional resources may be required for a successful migration
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