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The BellSoft Blog (page 13 of 16)

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

JDK Flight Recorder – a gem hidden in OpenJDK

JDK Flight Recorder – a gem hidden in OpenJDK

  • Alexey Ragozin
  • Announcements
JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) is a mighty powerful feature of HotSpot JVM, although it is not as widely known. JFR is not a novel technology. It takes its origin from JRockit JVM later, it was...
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SoftChalk chooses Liberica JDK

SoftChalk chooses Liberica JDK

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
BellSoft, OpenJDK distribution vendor and one of the top-5 OpenJDK contributors, today announced that SoftChalk, provider of content authoring software, has adopted Liberica JDK. With this product, the company will be able to create a...
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Liberica JDK 8 with JDK Flight Recorder support preview is available

Liberica JDK 8 with JDK Flight Recorder support preview is available

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) is a low-overhead data collection framework for troubleshooting Java applications and the HotSpot JVM, which produces event data flow for further analysis with Liberica Mission Control. JFR was contributed to OpenJDK...
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How to Notarize a Mac Application with Liberica JDK using javapackager

How to Notarize a Mac Application with Liberica JDK using javapackager

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
One of the main global trends in IT is the safety of users and preventing the spread of malicious programs, but at the same time, it greatly complicates the life of developers. There are different...
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BellSoft and VMware to Work Together

BellSoft and VMware to Work Together

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
BellSoft, a leading OpenJDK contributor, announced work with VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software. BellSoft will provide their main product, Liberica JDK and full-service support for VMware Tanzu.
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JDK 14 - Moving faster on a new cadence

JDK 14 - Moving faster on a new cadence

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
By changing the cadence of OpenJDK releases two years ago, Oracle accelerated the evolution of Java, which was categorically a positive move for the platform and the ecosystem. Before the change, developers were waiting for...
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