Evergreen Java
February 04, 2021

Evergreen Java

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Java SE Subscription

I am part of a large consumer goods and electronics client across the world. In my organization, Oracle Java [is] extensively used in many projects as programming languages. We also use Java to create our reusable framework. For our client's requirement, Oracle Java SE Subscription solves all our problems as it doesn't depend on any operating [system] and/or version.
  • Overall design.
  • Platform independent.
  • Adaptability with various versions of operating systems.
  • Java virtual machine.
  • Support has to be improved.
  • There are many already reported bug/issues not yet solved.
  • Try reducing the syntax based coding.
  • Because of reusability and higher rate of efficiency we gained more clients.
  • High ROI.
  • Same and traditional code syntax has to be improved.
We preferred Java over other tools and technology as it has many unique features like JVM, JRE, byte code, etc.
Oracle Java SE Subscription provides quick updates and solves issues as per the customer request. Our clients' requirements are fulfilled on time with ease. This is why we [have] chosen Java over others.
This is where Java has room for improvement. From a support perspective they are providing good solutions, but it took more time than that we [were] expecting to solve the issue. Apart [from] that, support staff have really good knowledge of the entire product, which helps us explain our issues more quickly.

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Oracle Java SE Subscription will be well suited for projects which need more reusability and also platform independence. Banking and insurance related projects [may] prefer Java for security and data privacy. Oracle Java is less appropriate for the project which doesn't require much reusability [or] for small projects/companies [that] need to invest in license procurement also.