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Preview of JRockit VE with WLS 10.3.2

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Oracle has discontinued JRockit Virtual Edition. All information in this post is legacy. There is no use in trying to download the wlsvePackage because it is gone since 2011.
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On Oracle Open World 2009 I was first introduced with JRockit Virtual Introduction. From the beginning on I was excited by the idea of having a VM based on “just” java, the concept seems quiet strong to me. For those of you unknown to the concept of JRockit VE, here’s the press release announcing the product. The product is not new, BEA was already working on it (e.g. see this link) but just today I found a download of JRockit VE with WLS 10.3.2 installed and I decided to have a look.

Currently there’s no documentation (at least I can’t find it), so in time this post will be irrelevant.

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Rob den Braber pointed out to me that Oracle changed the image for JRockit VE. It doesn’t contain a demo domain anymore.

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Written by Jacco H. Landlust

May 8, 2010 at 11:06 pm

Posted in JRockit, Oracle VM, Weblogic