By IBM Spring team | Updated September 12, 2018 - Published September 16, 2018
IBM will be at SpringOne Platform! Come visit us at the IBM booth and discover how to turbocharge your Spring applications. We will have demos of IBM open technology that you can start using today to improve the performance, scalability, and management of your Spring-based applications.
Come see our lightning talk on OpenJ9 – an advanced, open source JVM that’s based on OpenJDK. With the ability of its shared class loader, you can dramatically improve JVM startup time and shrink your application’s memory footprint (up to 30%!). This helps during both development (faster CI/CD) and in production (faster rollout and startup of Spring-based services). Did we mention that OpenJ9 is 100% open source (under the EPL) and free?
Check out our session on how to deploy Spring Boot applications on Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) with Open Liberty. Whether you are using buildpacks in Pivotal Application Service (PAS) or Docker containers in Pivotal Container Service (PKS), Open Liberty provides an excellent base for your Spring Boot apps. Come check out the latest approaches to deploying your Spring workloads with Open Liberty.
Head over to our booth to learn more about OpenJ9 and to get lots of other goodies for your Spring applications. Come and see the benefits of deploying your Spring applications on Open Liberty, the most flexible, open source server runtime available to Java developers. Check out how to run Spring applications on IBM Cloud, with integrated support for Spring applications via starter kits, and new Spring Boot starters for IBM Cloud technologies.
We have a strong technical team attending the conference. Come see us at the booth and let’s chat about all things Spring or walk through some code or demos. Otherwise, just say “hi” when you see us around the venue. Here’s the team:
We look forward to seeing you there!
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