The Red Hat Build of OracleJDK Alternative

Recent production support changes to the OracleJDK have forced organizations to rethink which Java distribution will support their Java applications moving forward. OpenJDK is a great option.


Why Red Hat's Build of OpenJDK?

Little to No Code Changes

OracleJDK and Red Hat’s implementation of OpenJDK are functionally very similar and should require little to no changes.

Java Compliance

Red Hat OpenJDK is baselined from the OpenJDK project and TCK compliant.

Multi-Platform Support

Red Hat OpenJDK is optimized for containers and supported on Windows and Linux.

Lifecycle and Support Policy

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How to Survive the Upcoming Java SE Cost Tsunami

Access to OracleJDK for production use is now limited to customers with a support contract. Luckily, there is an alternative that can be implemented for little or no additional cost. Learn about Red Hat's lifeline for Java workloads - OpenJDK.


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