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Eliminating Jitter in Latency-Sensitive Java Applications

This presentation from the Low Latency Summit workshop explores newly available technologies that enable modern Java applications to finally achieve the long-sought-after goal of consistent low latency coupled with high, sustainable throughputs.


Title: Eliminating Jitter in Latency-Sensitive Java Applications

Author: Gil Tene, CTO and Co-founder, Azul Systems

Abstract: Applying Java to latency and jitter sensitive applications typically involves sacrifices, tradeoffs, and contortions that greatly diminish the value, leverage, and productivity that are associated with the Java platform. This workshop explored newly available technologies that enable modern Java applications to finally achieve the long-sought-after goal of consistent low latency coupled with high, sustainable throughputs.

This presentation covers how Java developers are achieving worst case platform latencies of 10 milliseconds and less “out of the box”, and maximum platform latencies of 2-3 milliseconds with very little tuning effort. It also outlines some of the “secret sauce” that makes such breakthroughs in Java platform behavior possible, and shares some aggressive tuning methods that can bring peak Java application latencies to well below the single millisecond mark.

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