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Mistakes made when implementing DevOps and how to avoid them

Mistakes made when implementing DevOps and how to avoid them

The concept of DevOps dates back to 2009, yet it remains a hot topic. Everybody wants a DevOps engineer in their company. People talk about DevOps practices and implement them into their processes. Still, many...
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A web conference for senior engineers

A web conference for senior engineers

We are back with the third episode of JRush, a series of always-free web conferences where Java engineers get concise yet extensive information on a particular topic. This time, we will guide you towards a...
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Building Cloud-Native Java Microservices with OpenJDK

Building Cloud-Native Java Microservices with OpenJDK

In the first two parts of our cloud-native microservice development in Java we created two microservices and containerized them. In the third part, we will learn how to enable security, apply JVM monitoring and log...
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Liberica Administration Center — control your PC fleet with one click

Liberica Administration Center — control your PC fleet with one click

Managing an extensive network of runtimes is difficult. Liberica Administration Center enables you to automate the process of monitoring and updating JREs of the Windows fleet of any size.
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New NIK 21.3 release with AWT and OpenJFX support

New NIK 21.3 release with AWT and OpenJFX support

The new LTS release of Liberica JDK is the event that leads to many new releases of our products. We present the latest version of Liberica NIK, a tool based on GraalVM that accelerates your...
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Liberica 8u312, 11.0.13, and 17.0.1 are generally available

Liberica 8u312, 11.0.13, and 17.0.1 are generally available

Quarterly release cadence helps to eliminate critical security issues and bugs. Find out about the most important changes and fixes in Liberica JDK 8, 11, and 17.
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