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Latest Zing Shortens Java Warm Up Cycles for Trading Apps

Real-time analytics, Big Data, and Ecommerce applications all gain from updated Java Runtime The latest release of Zing, version 15.05, includes ReadyNow!™ enhancements which reflect customer feedback, product-wide support of 1TB heap sizes and a broad array of performance fixes

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Azul Systems Joins Sponsors of Digital Travel Summit 2015

Azul will be participating in this year’s Digital Travel Summit, Europe’s most senior level e-commerce event for the travel industry. The summit, which will take place in London (Hilton, London Tower Bridge) from 9am on June 17 – 18, will

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April 30 Webcast – “Latency: It’s not just about speed anymore”

Azul Systems CTO Gil Tene will be participating in a live webcast alongside representatives from UBS, BNP Paribas and Thomson Reuters on April 30 at 10 AM  New York (3 PM London) time. Facilitated by Inside Market Data, the webcast, ‘Latency:

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Gil Tene, Azul CTO and JavaOne Rock Star, headlining three epic sessions at JavaOne 2014

Gil Tene will present three technical sessions during the JavaOne conference from September 29 to October 2, 2014. JavaOne, which takes place in San Francisco, brings together Java experts and enthusiasts for a week of learning and networking focused on

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Zulu and the Mac highlighted by Application Development Trends

Earlier today ADT Mag’s John K. Waters uploaded a new article describing some of the latest features in Zulu, our build of OpenJDK. “With the Zulu 8.1 release, the company also aims to make it easier for devs to download

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Welcome to Azul’s new blog!

…and welcome to betterjava. We picked the title deliberately, because we are interested in showing what can be done when you deploy a better Java runtime — or when you look for Java support alternatives for your operations or development

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