Oracle recently announced that starting with Java version 11, there is no free access to a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for use in production. Given over 3 billion devices run Java(™), there will soon be many organizations trying to figure out what to do next.
Red Hat® OpenJDK can help. With a well-defined, phased approach, migrating from Oracle JDK to Red Hat OpenJDK can be a smooth transition.
Red Hat fully supports OpenJDK in Red Hat Enterprise Linux® and Windows. OpenJDK is included with both Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Middleware subscriptions, with the option to opt into long-term support for the Windows environment, too.
What we will discuss in the webinar:
- What is OpenJDK and what does the Oracle Java change mean for you?
- The past, present, and future of OpenJDK
- How to move to Red Hat's OpenJDK