Progress announced the latest release of Progress Flowmon.
Azul Systems announced the immediate general availability of release 16.10 of the company’s Zing runtime for Java.
The new release meets the needs of Java-based enterprises who need consistent application performance coupled with low average and peak latencies.
New features include:
- New low-latency profile options: More consistent application performance for both average and peak response time and latency, fewer missed opportunities in transaction-intensive environments, greatly improved application throughput, better use of existing system capacity
- Reduced runtime memory “footprint” per JVM instance: Reduction in server resources needed to run Java applications with Zing while maintaining pauseless operation. Operations teams can now configure and specify smaller AWS machine images, saving on operating expenses in Cloud deployments
- Zing is now a supported JVM for Elasticsearch: Elastic, the company behind the Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, Logstash) now supports customers running on Azul Zing for version 5.0+
- Ubuntu and Oracle Linux support added to Zing Self-Service Trial program: Extends the ability of developers and devops teams to download and test Zing in their environment using their preferred Linux distro
“With Zing 16.10 we are delivering enhanced performance for Java applications with low-latency requirements, better use of runtime memory resources, and a supported JVM for Elasticsearch,” said Scott Sellers, Azul Systems President and CEO. “Azul continues to invest heavily in our engineering capabilities, and our consistent cadence of Zing releases ensures that Zing is and remains the best JVM for enterprise Java applications where performance and consistency are paramount.”
Zing 16.10 is available immediately from the Azul website and the Amazon Web Services Marketplace.