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Microsoft is one of the key cloud platform providers today, and they have already recognized the importance of Java. They also support Jakarta EE runtimes, enabling customers to run their Jakarta EE applications on Azure.
Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich discusses turning points in the history of Java, and what the future might have in store for the programming language in this article from GitHub's Mike Melanson.