Azul Java learns how to shorten warm-up times


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Azul, a provider of Java software, has enhanced its Azul Platform Prime runtime to enable faster warm-up of Java applications.

According to the manufacturer, the capability, known as ReadyNow Orchestrator (RNO), “delivers the highest possible optimized code speed at warm-up,” enhancing operational effectiveness and optimizing cloud costs. RNO is offered without charge as part of the runtime.

Azul stated that it intended to use this capability to address a scenario in which Java-based business-critical workloads encounter a warm-up issue. A Java application must be compiled by the JVM into a format that can be executed by the computer or device that is running it when it is launched.

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