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With more and more services running on the Cloud, improving the startup of Java applications is paramount. Java 8 and Java 11 introduced many new features, with AOT Compilation and AppCDS being two of the major ones geared towards startup performance. In this talk, we'll explore what AOT Compilation brings to the Java developer, where it fits in the Code Generation pipeline, how to use it, where it works and where it doesn't.
Ludovic Henry is a Runtime Engineer at Microsoft who worked on .NET (Mono and CoreCLR) and Java for the past six years. His focus has been on all Runtime related components, from JIT and AOT Compilers to Garbage Collectors, to Metadata and Class Loading, to integration to various platforms (Linux, macOS, Windows, Android, iOS, Consoles, WebAssembly, and others). He is currently working on the Java Platform team at Microsoft and strives to help all Java users by bringing ever more performance to their applications.
Amazon re:Invent Building[masked]th Ave. Seattle, WA 98121
From I-5 Southbound
- Take exit 166 for Stewart St.
- Merge onto Eastlake Ave.
- Turn right onto Stewart St.
- Turn right onto Denny Way.
- Take a slight left onto Lenora St.
- Turn right onto 8th Ave. Entrance will be on your left.
From I-5 Northbound
- Take exit 165 towards 6th Ave.
- Keep right to continue onto 6th Ave.
- Turn right at Westlake Ave.
- Take a slight left into 8th Ave.
- Entrance will be on your left, just before Blanchard St.
Parking at the Amazon re:Invent building is free from 4:00pm to 2:00am on weekdays. There are two garage entrances accessible from 7th Ave on Blanchard and the other is on 8th and Blanchard across from The Butcher’s Table Restaurant. Garage height restriction is 6'8".