Red Hat build of OpenJDK – past, present and future

Presented by

Deepak Bhole, Ezequiel Aguilar

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Abstract: In this talk we will focus on Red Hat’s involvement in the OpenJDK project, and why we believe that our build of OpenJDK is the best JDK to use for your production environments Description: OpenJDK is the reference implementation of the Java SE specification. In the first part of this webinar we will focus on improvements Red Hat has made to OpenJDK and surrounding tooling over the years, and how these improvements can benefit you. We will take a brief look at improvements Red Hat has made, starting from taking OpenJDK to a buildable state on release in 2007, to significant enhancements such as the AArch64 port, Shenandoah Garbage Collector, Quality Testing, and more that are on the way. In the latter part we will go over our OpenJDK based offerings and our anticipated roadmap.

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