George Gould, Azul VP of Partner Alliances, presents an overview of the OpenJDK project, provides a 3-step JDK certification methodology, establishes a framework for evaluating JDKs, and reviews a JDK evaluation scorecard.
An introduction to building enterprise applications using microservices, Java, Docker and Kubernetes.
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In this webinar, you'll learn how to outsource JIT compilation, right-size instances to reduce costs, revolutionize Java DevOps with fast startup, and leverage elasticity at cloud scale with Java.
Learn about using UTF-8 as the default character set including a simple web server and more.
Across the industry, companies are trying to rein in runaway cloud costs by squeezing more carrying capacity out of the instances they run in the cloud. Especially in the Java space, developers...
Gil Tene introduces the notion of Cloud Native JVMs. JVMs that not only run code on a cloud, but can actually use the cloud environment to [better] achieve their core purpose.
How your choice of JDK can impact your development and DevOps workflows.
Find out how Bazaarvoice managed to save costs by deploying Azul Zing...
Making the Internet Safer: Curity Utilizes Azul Platform Core to Power its Java-Based Identity Server.
Demonstrated by Michal Trojanowski of DevSecOps organization, Curity
Anyone who works in IT will, by now, be acutely aware of the critical security vulnerability that was revealed in the Log4J library last week. It’s even being reported in mainstream media with...
The Cloud Native Compiler is a scalable Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation server. It enables Java Virtual Machines to offload JIT compilation workloads to a shared or centralized compiler service.
With the release of JDK 17, we now have a new long-term support (LTS) version of the Java platform, ready to deploy in production.
Heirloom Computing Leverages Azul Prime to Replatform Mainframe Workloads as Cloud Native Java Applications.
Three Tips to Make it Easy to Migrate from Oracle
Migrating from Oracle JDK to Azul Builds of OpenJDK
Since Oracle stopped providing free security updates for Java 8 and 11, there have been 71 published Java security vulnerabilities, including 11 published on July 14th. Deploying fixes to secure Java
Zulu Mission Control and JDK Flight Recorder are powerful tools for Java developers, which have been open-sourced by Oracle and are now part of OpenJDK 8, 11, and later versions. This webinar shows h
Microservices are becoming the de facto architectural approach to developing new applications. Breaking up monolithic application functionality into smaller services that can be linked together has ma
Learn best practices for migrating from Oracle to OpenJDK from Simon Ritter, Azul Deputy CTO and Java Champion, joined by Azul customer Leonardo Lima, CTO of TechStone.
Azul Engineer Michael Roeschter explores how Java can be used throughout the whole IIoT environment, from edge device to the data center.
Ariel Pisetzky, Taboola's VP of IT, explains why switching to Azul Java to power their Big Data infrastructure was essential to fuel the rapid growth of their company.