A State of Java Elasticity

Duration: 50 mins
Ruslan Synytsky
CEO and Founder, Jelastic

Java is finally elastic! OpenJDK improvements and new features in Garbage Collection technology resulted in enhancing Java vertical scaling and resource consumption. Now JVM can promptly return unused memory and, as result it can go up and down automatically. In this session, we'll cover the main achievements in vertical scaling direction as well as share peculiarities and tuning details of different GCs. Join the session to find out how to make your Java environments more elastic to follow the load and lower down the total cost of ownership at a large scale.

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