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How to minimize Java memory usage with the right Garbage Collector

 
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It is well known that Java consumes a large amount of memory in many cases. At the same time, many have not noticed that Java has become much more flexible in terms of memory usage and provided features to meet requirements of microservices. Find out how to tune RAM usage in a Java process to make it more elastic and gain the benefits of faster scaling and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

There are five widely used garbage collector solutions for OpenJDK:
- G1
- Parallel
- ConcMarkSweep (CMS)
- Serial
- Shenandoah

Find out what garbage collector to choose and how to tune it to make RAM usage for Java applications more efficient - Minimize Java Memory Usage with Garbage Collector
 
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