Pivotal Announces Enhanced Java Support with Pivotal Spring Runtime
Pivotal Helps Enterprises Get More from Their Development Stack with Full Support for OpenJDK, Spring Framework, and Apache Tomcat
Pivotal Software, Inc., a leading cloud-native platform provider, announced Pivotal Spring Runtime, a comprehensive support package for Java environments.
“Spring is the most popular framework for Java with over a million developers choosing Spring every month; it’s how the modern enterprise does Java development”
Pivotal Spring Runtime includes support for the most popular components of a modern Java development stack:
- Pivotal Distribution of OpenJDK™. Pivotal’s OpenJDK distribution includes ongoing support, plus regular security and performance updates. In addition, we recently signed on as a Platinum Sponsor of AdoptOpenJDK to help advance the interests of the OpenJDK community.
- Spring Support. Pivotal now offers commercial support for the most popular SpringⓇ projects—including Spring FrameworkⓇ, Spring BootⓇ, Spring CloudⓇ, Spring Cloud Dataflow, plus many more.
- Apache Tomcat Support. Pivotal supports the open-source project, as well as Pivotal tc Server, our open-core enterprise extended edition of Tomcat. Pivotal Spring Runtime customers can expect regular security patches and other updates.
Pivotal’s support services for these components make development with Java simple and hassle-free.
“Spring is the most popular framework for Java with over a million developers choosing Spring every month; it’s how the modern enterprise does Java development,” said Ryan Morgan, VP of Engineering, Application Platform, Pivotal. “Enterprises are now looking for a new long-term supplier for Java. They can enjoy world-class support and unrivaled industry expertise with Pivotal and Pivotal Spring Runtime.”
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Pivotal Spring Runtime supports Java workloads running on Linux and Windows server environments including server-side apps running on bare metal, VMs, containers, or Kubernetes. Pivotal Application Service includes Pivotal Spring Runtime, so Java workloads running on the app platform are already covered.