Read the technical brief to learn how an optimizing compiler accelerates Java application performance. Learn how the native image utility generates executables that start up fast and occupy small memory footprint for microservices.
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The release of GraalVM Enterprise 22.0 enables developers to use the native executables to deploy microservices with no warm-up and achieve immediate peak performance on par with performance that can be achieved with OpenJDK. Read about Native Image feature enhancements to provide more information during the generation of native executables.
Built on proven Oracle Java SE, GraalVM Enterprise provides significant performance benefits for many Java applications. GraalVM critical patch update (CPU) releases include all Oracle Java SE CPUs to safeguard against known vulnerabilities.
"In recent years, with Oracle’s stewardship, Java has spawned a multitude of innovative technologies that include GraalVM, a project that optimizes Java performance and renders Java more suitable for cloud native development. GraalVM is aptly illustrative of Java's ability to inspire new projects that address contemporary business needs and challenges" – Arnal Dayaratna, Research Director, Software Development, IDC
GraalVM Enterprise’s high-performance optimizing compiler accelerates application performance by up to 55% without any code changes. Applications run faster and scale better with reduced CPU and memory requirements.
GraalVM native image utility compiles Java and Java bytecode-based applications into native binary executables that can run directly without a Java virtual machine. Native image binaries provide near-instantaneous startup , have a small memory footprint, and deliver peak performance with zero warm-up time. GraalVM is supported by all the major microservices frameworks including Helidon, Micronaut, Quarkus, and Spring Boot.
GraalVM provides high performance runtime support for a number of languages beyond Java along with the ability to have different languages and libraries interoperate with no performance penalty. Improves developer productivity by letting them use the right language or library for a given task.
GraalVM Enterprise Subscription ensures around-the-clock Oracle Premier Support and complete access to performance, stability, and security updates. GraalVM Enterprise licensing and support is included in Oracle Cloud subscriptions.
Read how GraalVM Enterprise helps you save energy by running Java applications faster with less resources.
A digital assessment services company, Pearson VUE, adopted GraalVM Enterprise to distribute applications as native executables enabling services to start up faster for a better customer experience. Oracle also helped the customer use Native Image to re-tool their Assessment software to keep intellectual property safe.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure uses GraalVM to improve performance and reduce resource utilization. Simply by moving to GraalVM Enterprise, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure experienced a 25% reduction in garbage collection time and a 10% improvement in transactions/second. GraalVM Enterprise is included in all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure subscriptions.
Achieve up to 55% faster application performance—without any code changes.
Microservices running on GraalVM Enterprise consume less memory and CPU, significantly reducing your cloud computing costs.
GraalVM Enterprise is supported by all the major microservice frameworks including Helidon, Micronaut, Quarkus, and Spring Boot.
GraalVM delivers high-performance runtime support for a number of languages beyond Java as well as the ability to have different languages interoperate with no performance penalty.
In 2021, GraalVM continues to provide new optimizations for compiling bytecode in JIT or ahead-of-time (AOT) mode. Developers can achieve peak performance faster, leverage optimizations for new hardware architectures (Ampere A1 (Altra) Aarch64), and leverage Java 17 in production deployments.Read the complete post
GraalVM Enterprise licensing and support is included in Oracle Cloud and Java SE Subscription at no additional cost.
Whether traditional enterprise applications or modern microservices, efficiency is they key to containing IT costs. To reduce costs, applications must run faster and consume fewer resources. GraalVM Enterprise is an application runtime environment that addresses both of these challenges.
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