With the launch of Java 17 on September 14, users are now experiencing the latest LTS release of Java since Java 11 was released in 2018. While upgrading Java versions can be beneficial from a security and development aspect, it can also be time-consuming and costly for teams on older versions of Java. So, is it worth it to upgrade? And where is Java going after this latest release?
In this on-demand webinar a panel of Perforce Java experts — CTO Rod Cope, JRebel Product Engineer Michael Rasmussen, and OpenLogic Enterprise Architect John Saboe — pull back the curtain on Java 17’s new features, updates, and what it all means for enterprises using Java.
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The experts at OpenLogic can help your team realize the benefits of a free, open source Java and ensure you're supported if something goes wrong.
Talk to an expert today to learn more about how we can help you succeed in your Java journey.
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CTO, Perforce Software
As the founder of OpenLogic, and now CTO at Perforce Software, Rod Cope provides technical vision and architectural leadership for the company’s globally distributed teams. Rod has over 25 years of experience in software development that spans a number of industries, including telecommunications, aerospace, healthcare, and manufacturing. Rod holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville.
John is an Open Source Enterprise Architect on the OpenLogic team at Perforce. John has over 15 years of experience working in technology, including software development, application security, embedded and real time software, networks and protocols, software architecture, training, R&D, and technical leadership. His most recent focus has been on enterprise Java applications, open source messaging frameworks, and security.
Product Manager for JRebel
Michael Rasmussen is a product manager for JRebel by Perforce, previously having worked more than 10 years on the core technology behind JRebel. Michael is a true geek at heart. His professional interests include everything Java, as well as other languages and technologies for the JVM, including an unhealthy obsession with java bytecode.