Runtime monitoring, license control, and security updates all on a single dashboard for all your Windows desktops and clouds.
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LAC is the best-in-class Java inventory and update tool for enterprises. It features the ultimate convenient runtime monitoring, license control, and security updates, all on a single dashboard. Thousands of runtimes can be kept safe with a single click or scheduled task.
Control everything from a single dashboard. Forget about micromanaging. The tool is compatible with Windows version 7 and up running on any desktop or in any cloud.
LAC is a software management system that helps you to monitor every Java Runtime within your corporate network from a single dashboard. It provides full control over Liberica JDK instances, allowing administrators to update Java versions or apply patches with a few clicks. It offers unprecedented functionality.
IT managers, CTOs, security directors, audit managers, system administrators.
Java license means permission to use the development kit for developing and running applications. Some vendors do not allow you to use their JDK without paying for a license. Liberica JDK is free and will always be free.
Using the unlicensed Java means you will face the repercussions and possibly court cases.
Yes, you can! One of the main goals of LAC is allowing you to automate updates of the multiple runtimes with a single task. You can create as many tasks as you need to match your company’s security policy.
By scanning the whole network for all running Java runtime instances, and displaying their vulnerability and license issues.
Migrate to the unified runtime environment, and keep all the runtimes on the latest version available.
By keeping all of your runtimes up-to-date and warning you of any known vulnerabilities.
Currently we offer the support for Windows systems from 7 to 10. The macOS and Linux support is in the works.
LAC can inspect and manage every JDK, but the full functionality is available for Liberica JDK only.
Yes. Liberica JDK is based on OpenJDK with full functionality of the latter.
On the Dashboard, you can check the number of your hosts and see those that require updating and those that are at the end of life. The Hosts section gives you the detailed information.
Go to Dashboard. There you will see the number of the JDK vendors and paid or free licenses of your JDK runtimes. Visit the Hosts section to find out more.
Go to Dashboard and check the JDK versions. Every runtime version on your fleet is listed there. By visiting the Hosts section you can see the JDK version of every runtime.
Go to the Tasks section. Create the new task “Update Java”, select all hosts on desktops and clouds, or choose the runtimes you want to update manually.
LAC can generate sleek looking reports for you in .pdf format.
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