By IBM Developer Staff | Published August 22, 2018
The Java programming language is by far the most popular language for enterprise development offering the rich user interface, performance, portability, and security that today’s applications require.
In addition to Java, there are several other popular programming languages that run on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), including Scala, Kotlin, Grovvy, and others that address specific programming and functional requirements.
Continuous technology improvements to Java ensure that the platform is suitable for modern application development. One example is the Eclipse OpenJ9 JVM, which is optimized to run Java applications cost-effectively in the cloud.
OpenJDK is the place to collaborate on an open source implementation of the Java Platform and related projects. OpenJDK offers the best open-source Java implementation and encourages external contributors to join the community.
OpenJDK offers the Eclipse OpenJ9 JVM as an enterprise grade, open source option. Get started and get involved with the OpenJ9 community today.
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