October 12, 2022


Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with OpenJDK

Open JDK Used to implement, monitor and and troubleshooting Java platform . The entire backend of the organization is Java based and is dependent on OpenJDK for development and Quality Assurance work . AWS is widely used for IAAS, deployment, and hosting purposes which integrates well with OpenJDK Red Hat provides long term support for OpenJDK starting version 7 .
  • Supports all Java features
  • Integration with AWS
  • Red Hat supports OpenJDK
  • Free and Open source, companies where there is no restriction must consider it
  • JVM performance can be improved
  • Concurrent task running needs to be improved .
  • Ability to access stack memory outside or JVM processes
  • Integration with AWS
  • Red Hat support
  • Comparable performance with OracleJDK
  • OpenJDK is open source and free compared to Oracle JDK
  • No major performance difference between the two
OpenJDK is technically very similar to OracleJDK and OpenJDK is widely popular (so is Oracle JDK) meaning sufficient documentation and support. Oracle JDK is better in terms of garbage collection and rendering along with being more stable. Oracle DK used to be free but is no longer free for use .

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OpenJDK is very well suited for integration with non java resources like JDBC, NIO etc . The integration with AWS and the long term support Red Hat provides has added an advantage to the usage of OpenJDK . In particular our case, the backend is Java based and OpenJDK supports all Java functionalities, memory support and APIs . It integrates well with AWS which is an important platform for us to host, deploy and as an IAAS platform .