At last count there were at least eight different JDK vendors building OpenJDK-based distributions, including binaries from Oracle.
For Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) trying to provide an open-source choice of Java runtimes for their end users, careful attention to a distribution’s ‘pedigree’ and the vendor’s ‘curation’ process (i.e. the action or process of selecting, organizing and looking after the items in a collection) is critical to maximizing Java binary coverage and reducing various risks associated with usage and distribution.
In this webinar, to be held on Wednesday, September 9, at 8:30am PDT, George Gould, Vice President of Business Development and Partner Alliances at Azul, will:
- present an overview of the OpenJDK project
- provide a simple three-step JDK certification methodology
- establish a framework for evaluating JDKs
- review a JDK evaluation scorecard
We hope to see you there, register today!
If you have questions, contact us via [email protected].
JDK Certifications – What ISVs Need to Navigate the Java Runtime Landscape
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 – 8:30am PDT/11:30am EDT/16:30 BST/17:30 CEST
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