Azul Systems: Zing high-performance runtime for Java

October 14th, 2016 |
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Today Java is ubiquitous across the enterprise. Flexible and powerful, Java is the ideal choice for development teams worldwide.

Zing builds upon Java’s advantages by delivering a robust, highly scalable Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to match the needs of today’s real time enterprise. Zing is the best JVM choice for all Java workloads, including low-latency financial systems, SaaS or Cloud-based deployments, Web-based eCommerce applications, insurance portals, multi-user gaming platforms, Big Data, and other use cases — anywhere predictable Java performance is essential.

Zing enables developers to make effective use of memory — without the stalls, glitches and jitter that have been part of Java’s heritage, and solves JVM “warm-up” problems that can degrade performance at start up. With improved memory-handling and a more stable, consistent runtime platform, Java developers can build and deploy richer applications incorporating real-time data processing and analytics, driving new revenue and supporting new business innovations.

Whether your application is machine-scale, measuring peak response time in microseconds, or requires human-scale response times, Zing allows you to meet even the most demanding service level agreements without depending upon JVM tuning experts — helping you take advan- tage of new business opportunities faster and with lower operating costs.

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