Tag Archives: JVM

Waratek – forget VMware, just virtualize the JVM

Agile Cloud DevelopmentWaratek is a one-off company with a disruptive technology (remember VMware was like this once) that forces you to reset your undertanding of how things could work.  Waratek’s big idea is that you virtualize as high up the stack as you can because that gives you the best benefit in terms of sharing infrastructure. So rather than replicating operating systems on a hypervisor accessing shared hardware, you simply replicate as small a part as possible of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).  Everything else (hardware, operating system and most of the JVM) is shared. Continue reading Waratek – forget VMware, just virtualize the JVM

Oracle sues Google over Android and Java, Microsoft Smiles, VMware Grimaces

Oracle (who by virtue of the acquisition of Sun owns Java) announced late on Thursday August 13th that it has filed suit against Google for infringing upon copyrights and patents related to Java. “In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly and repeatedly infringed Oracle’s Java-related intellectual property. This lawsuit seeks appropriate remedies for their infringement,” Oracle spokeswoman Karen Tillman said in a statement. The full complaint may be found here. Continue reading Oracle sues Google over Android and Java, Microsoft Smiles, VMware Grimaces