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Azul Enhances ReadyNow to Solve Java’s Warmup Problem, Simplify Operations, and Optimize Cloud Costs

Azul Platform Prime’s ReadyNow technology continuously learns from application usage across fleets of Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) and automatically selects the best warmup optimization patterns. ReadyNow Orchestrator delivers the highest possible optimized code speed at warmup while making deployment easier for containerized Java workloads and CI/CD pipelines, and requires no changes to Java applications. The combination of ReadyNow and ReadyNow …

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Configuring Spring Boot to Build a Docker Image with Azul Zulu and Debug Options

The Spring Boot Maven Plugin makes creating a Docker image from your application very easy! In this article, we give you some extra tips and examples for configuring Spring Boot to define the Java runtime used in such a Spring Boot Docker image and explain how to add additional environmental options to ease debugging. For this post, I got the …

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Spring 6.1 – RestClient

As you might have read in this blogpost, Spring is introducing a RestClient in Spring 6.1 to interact with HTTP backends. Now some of you might be wondering as to the why, given we already have a plethora of other options such as RestTemplate, WebClient, HttpUrlConnection, …​ As we can see on the javadoc page RestTemplate got quite massive over …

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