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Azul Systems Joins Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

Azul has joined Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme. This program helps solution providers make the best use of Canonical’s universal service modeling tool, Juju, which enables instant workload deployment, integration, and scaling on any public or private cloud, as well as

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Azul Systems Named in the SD Times 100 List for Third Consecutive Year

For the third year running, we’re delighted to announce that Azul Systems has been awarded membership in the 2015 SD Times 100 list of leaders and innovators in software development. This year we were recognized in the Application Life-cycle Management

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Azul Systems Joins Eclipse Foundation

Azul Systems has joined the Eclipse Foundation to bring Open Source, multiplatform Java SE to the developer community and the IoT. Announcement highlights: Azul to work with industry and academic partners at the Eclipse Foundation to deliver open source Java

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Azul Zing and Zulu now Certified with Red Hat JBoss BRMS and Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite

Highlights of this announcement: Red Hat JBoss BRMS and Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite are now both certified on Azul’s Zing and Zulu JVMs Customers using JBoss BRMS or JBoss BPM Suite can take advantage of Zing to support larger

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Java 7 is Going, Going…

Oracle has announced that after April 2015, updates for Java SE 7 will no longer be posted to the public download sites: Java 7 will be End of Life (EoL). If you haven’t yet upgraded to Java 8, or if

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Introducing Zulu Embedded Builds of OpenJDK

Today, Azul is launching Zulu Embedded, a new offering for developers and manufacturers in the embedded, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) markets requiring 100% open source, customizable, reduced-footprint, and standards compliant Java SE runtimes and development solutions. WHAT IS

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At RTECC, The Internet of Things is Getting a Jolt of Java

Embedded devices traditionally were programmed using C or assembler. This gave developers a lot of control and allowed them to write for a very small footprint, but lacked reusability and flexibility, and slowed time to market for new devices. Now

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