Azul Platform Prime

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  • Azul Platform Prime Information Sheet

    Azul Platform Prime Information Sheet

    Exploring Azul Platform Prime? Benefits include infrastructure savings, delivered by better performing, more consistent Java that starts fast, runs faster and stays fast.

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  • MEMX Stock Exchange

    MEMX Stock Exchange

    Brand-new, Fast Growing Stock Exchange MEMX Relies on the Azul Platform for Best Cost, Performance, and Support across Its Java Estate

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  • Benchmarking Renaissance on OpenJDK and Azul Platform Prime

    Benchmarking Renaissance on OpenJDK and Azul Platform Prime

    The Renaissance Suite is an increasingly popular Java benchmark and one of the many benchmarks that Azul uses internally to measure performance of Azul Platform Prime from release to release and...

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  • Kafka Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    Kafka Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    Today we continue in our series of articles measuring performance of Azul Platform Prime against vanilla OpenJDK. In past articles, we have looked at Renaissance benchmark and Solr. Today, we look...

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  • A Matter of Interpretation: From Bytecodes to Machine Code in the JVM

    A Matter of Interpretation: From Bytecodes to Machine Code in the JVM

    In the first article of this blog series, we looked at how JVM-based applications use a virtual instruction set in the form of bytecodes to create a platform-neutral application.  The JVM converts...

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  • Delivering More Java Performance with Less Administration

    Delivering More Java Performance with Less Administration

    Azul Platform Prime (formerly called Zing) has been developed to address the performance-related issues that result from the managed runtime environment provided by the JVM. These fall into three...

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  • Cloud-Native Compiler: Optimizing Runtime Performance for Cloud Native Java Apps50:56

    Cloud-Native Compiler: Optimizing Runtime Performance for Cloud Native Java Apps

    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. Az

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  • A Guide on Increasing Kafka Event Streaming Performance

    A Guide on Increasing Kafka Event Streaming Performance

    Welcome to getting started with Azul Platform Prime and Apache Kafka. In this article you will learn how to switch between two different Java runtime environments to run an Apache Kafka instance....

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  • Apache Solr: 29% to 37% Faster with Platform Prime

    Apache Solr: 29% to 37% Faster with Platform Prime

    Learn how Azul Platform Prime improves Apache Solr responsiveness

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  • 45% More Kafka Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    45% More Kafka Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    Discover how Azul Platform Prime - a simple JVM switch - can deliver massive Apache Kafka improvements and infrastructure efficiencies

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  • Cloud Native Compilation: Bringing JVMs into the Modern Cloud World

    Cloud Native Compilation: Bringing JVMs into the Modern Cloud World

    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...

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  • Java Developer Productivity with Graph Databases44:55

    Java Developer Productivity with Graph Databases

    Java developers build applications on an Object-Oriented programming model. Neo4j’s graph database matches this same model natively – and provides all the features of a modern database out of the box,

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  • Solr Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    Solr Throughput on Azul Platform Prime vs OpenJDK

    At Azul, we have been measuring the performance of popular Java open-source projects on our optimized Azul Zulu Prime Builds of OpenJDK (Azul Zulu Prime) versus vanilla Azul Zulu Builds of OpenJDK...

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  • Cloud Native JVMs (Part 1)30:47

    Cloud Native JVMs (Part 1)

    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.

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  • Heirloom Computing

    Heirloom Computing

    Heirloom Computing Leverages Azul Prime to Replatform Mainframe Workloads as Cloud Native Java Applications.

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  • Capitalize On The Cloud Without Overspending

    Capitalize On The Cloud Without Overspending

    IT leaders face various and sometimes contradictory priorities: increase agility, drive digital transformation, prepare for remote work environment – all in the face of budget uncertainty

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  • What Does The JVM Garbage Collector Really Do59:58

    What Does The JVM Garbage Collector Really Do

    A webinar presented by Java Champion Simon Ritter and moderated by Charles Humble, Editor-in-Chief at Container Solutions.

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  • Cloud Native Compiler FAQ

    Cloud Native Compiler FAQ

    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.

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  • Azul Platform Prime Stream Builds Are Now Free for Evaluation and Development

    Azul Platform Prime Stream Builds Are Now Free for Evaluation and Development

    More big changes to how Azul licenses Azul Platform Prime are here. Following our changes to Azul Platform Prime pricing, we are now changing our licensing terms to make Stream Builds of Azul...

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  • Cassandra and Hadoop, Powered by Azul Prime3:39

    Cassandra and Hadoop, Powered by Azul Prime

    "We’re now doing things with our big data system that cannot be done without Azul."

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