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OpenJDK 11 for Windows is a Red Hat offering on the Microsoft Windows platform. The Installing and using OpenJDK 11 for Windows guide provides an overview of this product and explains how to install the software and start using it.

Download the Red Hat build of OpenJDK Start today with Red Hat's implementation of OpenJDK—a free and open source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard. Long history with OpenJDK. Red Hat’s history with OpenJDK dates to 2007, when we became the first major software vendor to contribute to the OpenJDK community. Red Hat is also a member of the OpenJDK Governing Board and will serve as the steward of the OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 projects after a transition of leadership from Oracle. Red Hat ประกาศรับช่วงดูแลโครงการ OpenJDK 8 และ OpenJDK 11 ซึ่งเป็นรุ่นซัพพอร์ตระยะยาว (LTS) ต่อจาก Oracle ที่เป็นบริษัทแกนหลักของโลก Java.

Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio 11 Updates

This site contains the latest Development Milestone updates for Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio 11.

If you do not already have a copy of Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, click here to download it free.

Latest Build: 11.3.0.GA

  • To install Third Party Extensions & Tools, previously located on the Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio Extras site, launch Red Hat Central and select the Software/Update tab.

Red Hat Central is an update site from which a user can resolve all upstream dependencies of a Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio Red Hat Central connector via a single URL. Simply launch Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, open Red Hat Central, then select the Software/Update tab to explore this site for installable connectors.

Content available from Red Hat Central has been tested by Red Hat but support of the content varies depending on content type:


    These plug-ins are hosted by Red Hat, tested by Red Hat to ensure compatibility with Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, and supported by Red Hat.
    These plug-ins are hosted by Red Hat and tested by Red Hat, but support is most likely provided by another vendor. Red Hat attempts to report issues to providers as required, should any arise.
    These plug-ins are tested by Red Hat, often with documentation describing known issues. The expectation is that these technology preview plug-ins may one day evolve sufficiently to be considered Tested or Supported, but this is not guaranteed.
    These are experimental plug-ins. It is possible that their content may change at any time and without prior notice. Red Hat provides early access to this content so that it can be evaluated + monitored, in order to execute appropriate tests + report issues to plug-in providers as required. May evolve into Technology Preview content, but this is not guaranteed.

Most content in Red Hat Central is fully released content; however, some connectors contain features which are still being developed - Alpha, Beta or incubating content - and therefore have been marked accordingly:


    Red Hat provides early access to this content so that it can be evaluated + monitored, in order to execute appropriate tests + report issues to plug-in providers as required.

Most content in Red Hat Central is hosted (redistributed) by Red Hat; however, some connectors cannot be redistributed due to license terms or other constraints, and therefore have been marked accordingly:

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    These plug-ins are tested by Red Hat but, as the plug-ins are hosted by external third party providers, it is possible that content may change at any time and without prior notice. Red Hat attempts to monitor the associated third party sites and execute appropriate tests on plug-ins, reporting issues to plug-in providers as required.

Note: If you install Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio updates into an existing Eclipse installation, you may need to tweak your eclipse.ini file to give Eclipse more memory than is allocated when installing Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio. Please see the following tips:

Overview

An estimated 15 billion devices run Java™ worldwide . Until January 2019, no one had to pay for access to a current Java Virtual Machine (JVM), but Oracle implemented a significant change to its release cadence and support model. Oracle JDK is no longer free for production workloads and patches, leaving organizations with a choice to either pay Oracle for continued production support and updates for Oracle JDK, adopt OpenJDK and upgrade every six months, or migrate to an alternative OpenJDK implementation.

The impact to the Java community is tremendous because 70% of Java developers use the Oracle JDK JVM. The Red Hat® build of OpenJDK is a free and open source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). It is an alternative that will allow your organization to stabilize and standardize your Java environments for years to come with little to no transition effort.

Benefits

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The Red Hat build of OpenJDK offers a number of features and benefits.

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Table 1. Benefits

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BenefitDescription
Open source innovationRed Hat is a member of the OpenJDK Governing Board and is the second largest contributor (behind Oracle).
Cost savingsOpenJDK support is included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux®, Red Hat Middleware, and Red Hat Runtimes subscriptions. A standalone Windows subscription is also available for purchase.
Multiplatform supportOpenJDK is tightly integrated with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is supported on Windows.

Application Management
OpenJDK includes Mission Control1 which is a tool suite for managing, monitoring, profiling, and troubleshooting Java applications. It is useful for understanding application behavior such as memory leaks, deadlock, and much more.
Long-term supportRed Hat provides long-term support for OpenJDK versions 7, 8, and 11. Support duration is 6 years from the time that a major version of OpenJDK is first introduced in the particular version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or until the retirement date of the underlying version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, whichever comes first.
Frequent releasesRed Hat expects to deliver 4 updates per year and timely
security fixes for the OpenJDK 8 and 11 distributions.