Weighing The Options To Oracle's New Java SE Subscription

Read this Forrester report to understand Oracle’s new Java™ support model and the four alternative approaches to Java licensing.

Overview

To help organizations looking for the most reliable and cost-effective way to support mission-critical Java applications, IBM offers support for OpenJDK, an open source implementation backed by the industry and the developer community.

IBM Runtimes for Business provides commercial support for open source Java runtime environments, plus monitoring and management capabilities for Java applications.

IBM provides support for community builds of OpenJDK that include the Eclipse OpenJ9 Java virtual machine. This could include monthly and perpetual support licenses for specific servers and clients.

OpenJDK and IBM Runtimes for Business

Features

Flexible enterprise-grade support

Choose your support options

You choose which workstation and server-based deployments require support from IBM’s best-in-class worldwide support team.

AdoptOpenJDK is a trusted runtime distribution containing technology already in use by many Fortune 500 companies through IBM offerings like IBM WebSphere® Application Server. The AdoptOpenJDK Community conducts best-in-class testing for defects and security issues on all releases.

Achieve faster startup and ramp-up times with memory footprints that are only 33 percent the size of comparable VM implementations, such as Oracle's Java SE HotSpot.

Open source

Avoid vendor lock in. AdoptOpenJDK is a no-cost distribution of OpenJDK maintained by a vibrant expert community. IBM is the founding member of the Eclipse Foundation — makers of OpenJ9, a best-in-class Java virtual machine.

Support includes the IBM Cloud™ Application Performance Management server and the J2SE data collector for resource-level monitoring of applications.

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