Java software provider Azul is unveiling Cloud Native Compiler, a cloud-based compilation service aimed at improving the performance and startup times for JVMs. Performance is boosted for JVM-based languages including Java, Scala, Kotlin, Clojure, Groovy, and JRuby, the company said.
Launched as part of the Azul Intelligence Cloud platform on December 15, Cloud Native Compiler scales up and down and reuses previously optimized compilations across JVMs to boost the performance of all JVMs to which it connects. Compatible with all Java applications, Cloud Native Compiler decouples just-in-time (JIT) compilation from the JVM and works in conjunction with Azul’s Platform Prime Java runtime, which had been known as Zing.
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