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Java SE is the most common platform for enterprise systems and ISV applications today. Oracle Java SE Subscription and Oracle Java SE Desktop Subscription are Oracle's solutions for enterprise developers and ISVs running mission critical applications and infrastructure on the Java SE platform.
Oracle Java SE Subscription combines license and support into a simple subscription that allows you to cost-effectively manage Java SE installations, updates and upgrades across your enterprise.
Java SE 12.0.2 is the latest release of Java SE Platform. This release contains features like Switch Expressions, JVM Constants API, Default CDS Archives, Abortable Mixed Collections for G1, and a Low-Pause-Time Garbage Collector. See OpenJDK 12 project page for more details.
Java SE 11.0.4 is the latest update to the Java SE 11 Platform. This release contains improvements like Flight Recorder, HTTP/2 Client API, Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3, and Scalable low-latency garbage collector. See OpenJDK 11 project page for more details.
Each release of Oracle Java SE Subscription and Oracle Java SE Desktop Subscription is certified for the same system configurations as the corresponding Java SE release. For the latest supported system configurations, including operating system version, hardware platforms, desktop managers, and browsers, see the following:
Java SE Subscription is how you buy license and support for Oracle Java SE. Customers who have Java SE Advanced, Java SE Advanced Desktop, Java SE Suite and/or use Oracle Java SE with an Oracle Product, will continue to receive support and updates as usual. Customers who want commercial Java SE license and support can now choose the Java SE Subscription and/or Java SE Desktop Subscription. For more information, visit Oracle Java SE Subscription, and Oracle Java SE Support Roadmap.
See Java SE Platform Products Third Party License Readme Files for information about third party licenses for Java SE products.
Java Flight Recorder and Java Mission Control together create a complete tool chain to continuously collect low level and detailed runtime information enabling after-the-fact incident analysis. Java Flight Recorder is a profiling and event collection framework built into the Oracle JDK. It allows Java administrators and developers to gather detailed low level information about how the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and the Java application are behaving. Java Mission Control is an advanced set of tools that enables efficient and detailed analysis of the extensive of data collected by Java Flight Recorder. The tool chain enables developers and administrators to collect and analyze data from Java applications running locally or deployed in production environments.
Starting with the release of Oracle JDK 7 Update 40 (7u40), Java Mission Control is included in the JDK so no additional download is necessary.
Looking for Oracle JRockit Mission Control? See the JRockit information pages here.
The Java Advanced Management Console (AMC) offers system administrators greater and easier control in managing Java version compatibility and security updates for desktops within their enterprise and for ISVs with Java-based applications and solutions.
The principal benefits of the Advanced Management Console are:
The Java Management Console is available starting with the release of Oracle JDK 8 Update 20 (8u20) for use with the Java SE Advanced Products.