In order to further support the millions of worldwide businesses running Java in production, Oracle today announced Java SE Subscription, a new subscription model that covers all Java SE licensing and support needs. Java SE Subscription removes enterprise boardroom concerns around mission critical, timely, software performance, stability and security updates. Java SE Subscription complements Oracle’s long-standing and continued free Java SE releases and stewardship of the OpenJDK ecosystem where Oracle now produces open source OpenJDK binaries, enabling developers and organizations that do not need commercial support or enterprise management tools.
Java SE Subscription provides commercial licensing, including commercial features and tools such as the Java Advanced Management Console to identify, manage and tune Java SE desktop use across the enterprise. It also includes Oracle Premier Support for current and previous Java SE versions. For further details please visit FAQ list at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javaseproducts/overview/javasesubscriptionfaq-4891443.html
“Companies want full flexibility over when and how they update their production applications,” said Georges Saab, VP Java Platform Group at Oracle. “Oracle is the world’s leader in providing both open source and commercially supported Java SE innovation, stability, performance and security updates for the Java Platform. Our long-standing investment in Java SE ensures customers get predictable and timely updates.”
“The subscription model for updates and support has been long established in the Linux ecosystem. Meanwhile people are increasingly used to paying for services rather than products,” said James Governor, analyst and co-founder of RedMonk. “It’s natural for Oracle to offer a monthly Java SE subscription to suit service-based procurement models for enterprise customers.”
“At Gluon we are strong believers in commercial support offerings around open source software, as it enables organizations to continue to produce software, and the developer community to ensure that they have access to the source code,” said Johan Vos, Co-founder and CTO of Gluon. “Today’s announcement from Oracle ensures those in the Java Community that need an additional level of support can receive it, and ensures that Java developers can still leverage the open-source software for creating their software. The Java SE Subscription model from Oracle is complementary to how companies like Gluon tailor their solutions around Java SE, Java EE and JavaFX on mobile, embedded and desktop.”
To learn more about Java SE Subscription, please visit https://www.oracle.com/java/java-se-subscription.html. Java is the world’s most popular programming language, with over 12 million developers running Java. Java is also the #1 developer choice for cloud, with over 21 billion cloud-connected Java virtual machines.
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