Tag: GraalVM

Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and Machine Learning Running Twitter services on Graal has been very successful and saved Twitter a lot of money on datacenter cost. But we would like to run more efficient to reduce cost even more. I mean, who doesn’t? In order to do this we are using our Machine [...]
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Supersonic, Subatomic Java with Quarkus In the extreme and harsh environment of the cloud, where your Linux container may be rescheduled across the cluster or perhaps your serverless function auto-scaled to zero. When the flow of inbound transactions becomes a massive stream, then small memory footprint, ultra fast start-up speed, mixed reactive & imperative programming [...]
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Twitter's quest for a wholly Graal runtime Twitter is a massively distributed system with thousands of machines running thousands of JVMs. In any similar big system a small change in performance and CPU utilization is multiplied thousandfold and results in big savings. Electricity costs, cooling costs, and possibly reduction of server farm size. One way [...]
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