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Plain text documents are timeless. The earliest ASCII documents ever written can still be opened, read, and modified today, on virtually any hardware, using any operating system, without any proprietary software, online service, or third-party conversion program. In stark contrast are document formats such as those produced by Microsoft Word, ClarisWorks, Lotus Manuscript, WordPerfect, WordStar, and most other word processors, whether discontinued or not.
Running a Java application in Docker on a VM hosted in the cloud is not uncommon these days. But let’s take a closer look at this setup. We have a bare metal box somewhere in the cloud provider’s data center and hypervisor host OS running on that box. Next, we have a guest OS running in a VM provided by the hypervisor. Docker is...
We at BellSoft take nothing more seriously than the quality, security, and performance of our products. These are the most common concerns for any organization that chooses to develop with OpenJDK. No need to worry—you do not have to “only pick two.”
We at BellSoft emphasize that Liberica JDK must be convenient and accessible to all users. Our development team makes sure the runtime is available as Docker container images, on package managers, clouds, and other distribution channels.
Microservices are a young but promising technology. Find out their advantages and learn how to use microservice architecture at your company.
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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 implemented for Arm32).
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.
What is the difference between Oracle JDK and OpenJDK? Explore reasons to migrate to Open Source.
Hunting down code hotspots is probably the most common task for Java profilers.
Today we are announcing the general availability of Liberica JDK’s three brand-new versions: 8u262, 11.0.8, and 14.0.2.