Gunning for Oracle, Red Hat will soon offer long-term commercial support for standard Java on the Microsoft Windows platform for servers and workstations. Red Hat already supports OpenJDK on its own Enterprise Linux (RHEL) platform.

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Red Hat will support its Windows distribution of OpenJDK, an open source version of standard Java that has been in beta for about a year. Red Hat’s OpenJDK distribution supports Java 11 and Java 8 for production workloads.

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