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by IBM Developer Staff | Published February 21, 2019
Oracle's recent changes to Java licensing have meant that many enterprises are re-evaluating their requirements for a stable Java distribution with reliable support at a reasonable cost. Well, there's an open alternative available that checks all the boxes that enterprises care most about: flexibility, reliability, performance, interoperability, and ease of migration. Read the following content to understand the unique strengths and attributes of OpenJDK from AdoptOpenJDK.
Understand Java licensing changes and what they may mean for you and your business
Understand the unique strengths and attributes of AdoptOpenJDK, the Java runtime of choice for the enterprise.
IBM is committed to ensuring that Java remains open and free.
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Tune garbage collection policies to optimize application performance without memory management pain.
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Learn how to enable OpenJ9's class sharing functionality in a containerized environment.
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