Let's start with Java SE 9, the revolutionary element entailing the modularization of the JDK reached through the Jigsaw project (http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jigsaw/).
The main goals of this new feature are as follows:
- Make Java SE more flexible and scalable
- Improve security and maintainability
- Make it easier to construct, maintain, deploy, and upgrade large applications
- Enable improved performance
Two of the main criticisms made by the community toward the Java SE platform were the slowness in the release of the newer versions, as described previously, and the size of the JDK both in terms of space occupation and class size (approximately 4,240 classes in JDK 8).
In cloud environments and devices related to Internet of Things ...