GraalVM is the future, maybe not so much as present, but definitely the Future
Updated October 21, 2021

GraalVM is the future, maybe not so much as present, but definitely the Future

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with GraalVM

We are currently trying to move our infrastructure to Spring Boot, so with the recent additions of Spring Native, I got interested in Graal VM, and found it fascinating. It provides the opportunity to make tiny docker containers which provide the ability to lower cloud hosting pricing.
  • Making smaller docker images.
  • Ability to use multiple languages like Python, NodeJS (TS), and java in polyglot environment.
  • It seems to be unexpectedly faster than regular JVM.
  • I would like to see more JavaFX support for cross platform UIs.
  • I would like to see better Java 16 support.
  • Hoping Java 17 support will come at the same time as the release.
  • It's convenient for containerized workflows.
  • It's fast.
  • Negative impact is probably the lack of community and resources for GrraalVM.
Compiling to native code is probably the only reason for me so far.
I kind of wish it was better.

Do you think GraalVM delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with GraalVM's feature set?


Did GraalVM live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of GraalVM go as expected?


Would you buy GraalVM again?


Great for Docker containers. Also probably good for polyglot style development.