Total Economic Impact Study Finds Azul Zing Achieves 224% ROI and Total Benefits of $2.2 Million Over Three Years for Its Java Virtual Machine
Azul, provider of the world's most trusted open source Java platform, today announced findings of a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester (News - Alert) Consulting that reveals that the Azul Zing Java Virtual Machine typically pays for itself in less than three months by reducing development and infrastructure costs, and delivers a 3-year ROI of 224%. The new study, "The Total Economic Impact™ of Azul Zing: Cost Savings and Business Benefits Enabled by Zing," concluded that customers who move to Zing benefit from a reduction in the licensing and support costs associated with their existing JVM/JDK, as well as reduced number of servers required to support their Java workloads.
"Zing is like pressing a turbo button," said the head of software at a financial services firm quoted in the study. It is the industry's highest-performing Java Virtual Machine (JVM), designed for enterprise applications requiring any combination of high transaction rates, consistent response times, high sustained throughput and/or large memory requirements. In fact, Zing is the only JVM that delivers predictable response times independent of heap size - i.e., maximum performance with minimum infrastructure. In the study, Forrester found that Zing performance translates directly into savings by allowing customers to:
"We believe the Forrester Total Economic Impact™ Study on Zing is another proof point that an Azul-powered Java strategy ensures maximum performance with minimum infrastructure - and thus lowest cost possible," said Scott Sellers, Azul president and CEO. "The study details huge savings from Zing, with a three-month payback period and three-year ROI of 224%. I'm most proud of what our customers said in the interviews, which goes far beyond metrics: That Azul is a great partner, that our customers see us as being focused on their success, and that our company as a whole and our engineers in particular are flexible, responsive, and helpful."
The Forrester Consulting on the Total Economic Impact™ was based on interviews with Azul customers who were willing to share detailed financial data regarding their Zing deployments. The study was commissioned by Azul and is available at https://bit.ly/2EnraPx.
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