OpenJDK LTS Alternatives
Achieve Cost Savings with OpenJDK LTS Alternatives
Until January 2019, over 70% of commercial Java applications used the Oracle JDK JVM. However, Oracle’s new licensing requirements for Java SE (Oracle’s JDK runtime) updates and support has many application development and delivery teams sizing up their options.
The least disruptive is to keep using Oracle Java and manage new fees. For many organizations this means paying million-dollar Oracle invoices or risk licensing compliance fines. Industry analysts, such as Gartner and Forrester are recommending OpenJDK adoption with supported and certified builds of OpenJDK from other vendors, such as OpenLogic.
OpenLogic offers commercial support for all Java distributions and provides its own free, certified OpenJDK builds.
OpenLogic offers free distributions of OpenJDK 8, and free, certified distributions of OpenJDK 11 for Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Docker images. Our OpenJDK builds are updated quarterly with critical security patches on-demand.
OpenLogic’s build of OpenJDK is an alternative that will allow your organization to maintain the stability and dependency of your Java environments and applications with minimal transition effort.
Wherever you get your Java, we’ll support it. OpenLogic provides support for any Java distribution, including community OpenJDK or builds from a commercial vendor, including Oracle Java, IBM’s JVM, or AdoptOpenJDK.
Our Java support includes security patches and bug fixes on demand, in addition to general maintenance support and guidance for the usage and administration of Java and the JVM.
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OpenLogic has a long and rich history of OpenJDK community contributions. We believe in and support the open source community development model, and that is reflected in our contributions.
In August 2019, OpenLogic recognized that the current state of Java WebStart technology in OpenJDK was not as capable as the Oracle JDK equivalent. The build was missing critical functionality such as site exceptions, jar key matching, Windows Proxy settings, and other functions.
OpenLogic added functionality to IcedTea-Web to bring parity with Oracle’s WebStart distribution. These upgrades were accepted into IcedTea-Web 2.0.
OpenLogic goes beyond long-term support for OpenJDK and Java by providing consultative services and guidance for open source technology across your entire stack.
Our Enterprise Architects are experienced in Oracle to OpenJDK migrations and can help you from roadmap to deployment and beyond.
With guaranteed SLAs, we deliver immediate access to a team of Enterprise Architects who can help you reach resolutions faster.
Get vendor-neutral, unbiased guidance to help your team innovate faster and more freely through open source.
OpenLogic can provide guidance for understanding your Java needs today vs tomorrow, how much it’s going to cost, and your strategy moving forward.
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