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The BellSoft Blog (page 12 of 16)

Java Platform and Application Experts. Thoughts, stories, and ideas

Liberica JDK 15 brings efficiency and flexibility

Liberica JDK 15 brings efficiency and flexibility

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
It’s time to welcome the much-awaited version 15 of OpenJDK. The new release has 14 new features, 2949 bug fixes and backports in total, with eight issues resolved by the BellSoft team (like Thread-local handshakes...
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Hunting down memory issues with JDK Flight Recorder

Hunting down memory issues with JDK Flight Recorder

  • Alexey Ragozin
  • Announcements
In this post about JDK Flight Recorder and Mission Control, a powerful diagnostic and profiling tool built into OpenJDK, I would like to focus on JVM memory features.
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OpenJDK vs. Oracle JDK: 7 Reasons to Switch from Oracle Java

OpenJDK vs. Oracle JDK: 7 Reasons to Switch from Oracle Java

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
In January 2019, Oracle stopped releasing free builds of Oracle Java SE 8 for commercial use. Seeing this change in their JDK distributor’s subscription policy, many businesses started to look for alternatives. The implementations not...
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Hunting down code hotspots with JDK Flight Recorder

Hunting down code hotspots with JDK Flight Recorder

  • Alexey Ragozin
  • Announcements
Hunting down code hotspots is probably the most common task for Java profilers. JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) and Mission Control (MC) are free and open source performance/profiling products available with OpenJDK 11.
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Liberica 8u262, 11.0.8, 14.0.2 are generally available

Liberica 8u262, 11.0.8, 14.0.2 are generally available

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
Today we are announcing the general availability of Liberica JDK’s three brand-new versions: 8u262, 11.0.8, and 14.0.2. These three releases contain, in total, 847 backports of fixes that address known functional issues (six of them...
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Optimizing Java Microservices with the smallest container on the market

Optimizing Java Microservices with the smallest container on the market

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
BellSoft’s new JEP 386 is designed to integrate the Portola Project into upstream OpenJDK. This port will allow building a variant of the JDK on Alpine Linux/x64 and other Linux distributions that use musl as...
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