Oracle Java & OpenJDK

Modified on Thu, 25 Jan 2024 at 10:11 AM

Our products are currently tested and compatible with Oracle Java Runtime 8. The latest patch compatible is Java 8 Update 202.


OpenJDK 8

Our products are being tested and validated against OpenJDK 8 currently.

We plan on supporting all our products from server side using OpenJDK starting Q2 of 2024. If any customer is interested in switching to OpenJDK prior to this timeline is welcome to do so; however, there will be no fixes/solutions/patches being provided.


OpenJDK 8 End of Life

https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2020/08/amazon-corretto-8-11-support-extended/

https://endoflife.date/amazon-corretto


How can I switch to OpenJDK 8 once its compatible

Customers wanting to switch once we officially support and recommend OpenJDK can follow the instructions that will be made available in the Knowledge Base of the Customer Service Portal. We recommend customers having a Non-Production environment to switch to OpenJDK first and ensure there are no issues on their end before switching it in Production. Customers not having a Non-Production environment and running into issues in Productions will be advised to switch back to Oracle Java Runtime 8.


OpenJDK 11

Our products will be supported and compatible with OpenJDK 11 starting Q4 2024 or Q1 2025. This is tentative time frame and is subject to change.




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