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The JVM Thing - Java At Speed: Building A JVM For Modern Workloads

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The JVM Thing – 25th January 2018 - @The_JVM_Thing

Presented by Simon Ritter: Java Champion, Technology & Community Leader!

Simon joined Sun Microsystems in 1996 and has been involved in promoting Java since the release of the first official JDK. Simon has been a Java Evangelist since 2001, delivering Java presentations in 56 countries on 6 continents. Simon now works for Azul where he promotes a range of JVM products and technologies to Developers & Senior Executives around the world!

You can follow Simon on Twitter @speakjava

Java At Speed: Building A JVM For Modern Workloads

Java is arguably the most popular development platform on the planet, with literally millions of developers using it. One of the main reasons for Java's popularity is the JVM that eliminates a lot of the work required from developers for languages like C and C++. Many languages also have compilers that generate class files and bytecodes enabling "Write once, run anywhere."

In this session, we'll explore what Azul have been doing to radically improve the performance and reduce the latency of the JVM when running applications of various sizes. We'll delve into three areas of technology:

1. Pause-less garbage collection using the C4 algorithm.
2. Lightning fast compiled code warmup using ReadyNow! recorded profiles.
3. More heavily optimised compiled code using the open source LLVM based Falcon replacement for the C2 JIT.

Location – Infinity Works Consulting, Aspley House, 78 Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 2EQ

Register for tickets here: https://the-jvm-thing-java-at-speed.eventbrite.co.uk

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