Startup Performance of Tomcat in Docker

Tomcat startup time is reduced by ~30% by enabling the Shared Class Cache (SCC) in the Docker images. In my earlier blog , I measured the Performance of Tomcat with Tradelite7 Application without using any docker images and we saw the boost of Startup time with default Shared Cache in OpenJ9. In this article, let’s…

Quarkus and Eclipse OpenJ9: Exceptional Performance across Platforms

The Quarkus framework has gained tremendous popularity in the last few months. This success is due in part to the runtime characteristics expressed as Supersonic, Subatomic Java on the project’s website. In other words, Quarkus is extremely fast to start up and extremely light in terms of memory footprint when run in “native mode” (native mode is essentially…

Tomcat-Tradelite7 Performance of OpenJ9 with default Shared Cache

Tomcat is a very popular and widely used application server. In this article I will show how Tomcat users can get some good performance boosts by using the Eclipse OpenJ9 JVM. In different articles, we observed that OpenJDK8-OpenJ9 performed better with Startup and Footprint compared to OpenJDK8-HotSpot. Now with Shared Cache enabled by default with…

Relationship verification… Let’s get lazy!

It’s complicated… Relationship verification is very important, but can we be a little lazy about it? Java bytecode verification entails several processes, one of which is class relationship verification. Java Virtual Machine (JVM) startup includes any JVM or application setup preceding the actual execution of the program, and one of these steps is verification. Consequently,…

Running Payara Micro on OpenJ9

In the cloud environment, you need to bring up your microservices applications quickly and frequently in respond to user demands. Therefore, having a JVM that starts up faster is important. Eclipse OpenJ9 is a JVM that has a fast start-up performance and a low memory footprint. This post outlines how to improve the start-up performance…

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