Oracle Delivers Java ME Embedded 8
Oracle Java ME Embedded 8 has been released introducing support for Java ME 8 standards JSR 360 (CLDC 8) and JSR 361 (MEEP 8), including alignment with Java SE 8 language features and APIs and providing a dedicated embedded application platform for resource-constrained devices to address a wide range of embedded use cases.
Oracle Delivers Java SE Embedded 8
Java SE Embedded 8 has been released introducing a number of new benefits for developer productivity, performance improvements, security features and Compact Profiles, which allow for creation of smaller platforms for embedded devices.
Java SE Embedded 8 Compact Profiles Overview
Java SE Embedded 8 has been released introducing a new concept of Compact Profiles, which allow for creation of smaller platforms for embedded devices. This article is an overview of this new feature.
Java SE Embedded 8 vs Java ME CDC Comparison
Java SE Embedded 8 has been released introducing a number of new benefits for developer for embedded devices. Java ME CDC technology is Oracle's legacy technology that addressed higher end embedded devices. This article helps compare the two technologies.
Java ME CDC to Java SE Embedded 8 Migration Guide
Java ME CDC technology is Oracle's legacy technology that addresses embedded devices that have more than 1MB RAM and 10MB ROM. Java SE Embedded 8 is a new generation Java Embedded Platform that addresses devices that have about the same amount of resources, but also allows them to access the latest APIs and functionality. This article helps the legacy Java ME CDC developer migrate their CDC apps to Java SE Embedded 8.
Java Flight Recorder and Java Mission Control on Java SE Embedded 8
Java SE Embedded 8 introduces a new tool to the Java SE Embedded platform, called Java Mission Control. Users of the legacy desktop tool, JRockit Mission Control, will recognize many of the same features. This particular article focuses on the Java Flight Recorder and various ways you can go about to create a flight recording on Java SE Embedded 8.
ARM and Oracle Announce Plans to Optimize Java SE for Enterprise and Embedded Markets
This agreement reflects the increasing applicability of the combination of ARM and Oracle technology in server and network infrastructure. It also benefits emerging applications in the machine-to-machine (M2M) market, such as industrial control, factory automation and single-board computers, where energy-efficient ARM technology is increasingly being deployed.
Oracle Unveils Oracle Java Embedded Suite 7.0 - Extends Oracle's Leadership Position in the Embedded Market with the First Java-Based Middleware Stack for Embedded Systems
Oracle Java Embedded Suite 7.0 is based on Oracle Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) Embedded 7, Java DB, and versions of GlassFish for Embedded Suite and the Jersey Web Services Framework optimized for reduced footprint.Learn More!