- How does one of the most popular languages adopted by enterprises today exploit platform advantages of IBM Z and LinuxONE?
- Are all JVMs created equal?
- What is “pause-less” garbage collection and why is that better?
Join us in this virtual webinar series to hear about the latest developments in Java on Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE.
Throughout the series, experts will also demonstrate how to build a cloud-native Java application and develop an automated CI/CD pipeline leveraging capabilities of Red Hat® OpenShift® on IBM Z and LinuxONE. Finally, our advocates will show you how to get started on your journey with free trials and code patterns on the LinuxONE Community Cloud.
So, grab a chair and some lunch, and join us for a darn good cup of Java!
Webinars in this series:
Thursday, Feb 25th, 12 - 12:30pm EST Java on Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE - 101 and What’s New
Thursday, March 4th, 12 - 12:30pm EST Cloud-native Java on Z - From Build to DevOps
Thursday, March 18th, 12 - 12:30pm EST LinuxONE Community Cloud Tour - Get Started Today!
Joran Siu is an IBM Java Runtimes Architect for IBM Z. With a passion in accelerating Java performance, Joran has contributed unique innovations, like Pause-less Garbage Collection and Transactional Memory exploitation to IBM’s Java runtime. If not for the lockdown, you’d find him on the slopes skiing, and photographing the outdoors.
Garrett Woodworth believes in open source and has been publicly publishing tutorials and labs via GitHub. With the basketball courts closed amid the pandemic, he’s found his play has no limits when he’s becoming the Ghost of Tsushima on PS5 or Switch-ing it up and discovering New Horizons.
Jin VanStee is the host and organizer of this webinar series. She is a long time proponent of Linux on IBM Z and LinuxONE. Guess what her first job was? Java System Test on IBM Z! So this event has definitely brought her full circle. During the pandemic she enjoys spending time with her family but also enjoys escaping to the treadmill in the basement for some alone time.