May 1, 2019 | Webinar
The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) uses adaptive compilation driven by just two Just In Time (JIT) compilers. Although this gives a performance that can exceed that of natively compiled code, it does require time for the JVM to analyze and compile the necessary sections of code.
In this webinar, Azul’s Deputy CTO and Java Champion Simon Ritter will explore how Azul has developed a series of improvements to reduce the ‘warm-up’ time of applications running on the JVM. The initial approach was what we call ReadyNow!, which records a profile of a running application to use when the application is restarted. More recently we have improved this further by including what we call Compile Stashing. This records not just the profile of the application but the sections of code generated by the JIT.
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Simon will hold the webinar twice to accommodate our international audiences:
EMEA/ASIAN/AUSTRALIAN AUDIENCES: WEBINAR REGISTRATION – May 1, 2019, 10:00 BST/11:00 CEST
NORTH/SOUTH AMERICAN AUDIENCES: WEBINAR REGISTRATION – May 1, 2019, 11 am PDT/2 pm EDT