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New JVM Ecosystem Report 2021 Has Arrived!

June 18, 2021

Snyk has just released the annual JVM ecosystem report! This report presents the results of the largest annual survey on the state of the JVM ecosystem. 

This year's survey is a cooperation between Snyk and Azul and was slightly different from the previous surveys. We aimed for the survey to be more concise and focus only on the most important aspects of JVM developers today. Additionally, this year every participant was allowed to choose multiple options. We believe that the way the 2021 survey was designed, we have a better and more comprehensive view of the current JVM ecosystem. In this report, we also looked at different open data sources like GitHub and Google Trends to see how that data compares to the survey results.

Next to the results, there are some great highlight stories in this report like:

Report Highlights:

The highlight of the 2021 JVM Ecosystem report

We would like to thank everyone who participated and offered their insights on Java and JVM-related topics. Big shoutout to Foojay.io, the VirtualJUG, and other Java communities for the invaluable help. This massive effort results in an impressive number of developers participating in the survey, giving great insight into the current state of the JVM ecosystem.

Author(s)

  • Brian Vermeer

    Java Champions & Developer Advocate and Software Engineer for Snyk. Passionate about Java, (Pure) Functional Programming, and Cybersecurity. Co-leading the Virtual JUG, NLJUG and DevSecCon community. Brian is also an ... Learn more

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Java News Roundup - Week of June 14th, 2021

[…] results of the JVM Ecosystem Survey 2021 conducted by Snyk and Azul have been released. Some highlights include 44% of developers using AdoptOpenJDK in production, 60% of developers using JDK 11 in […]

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[…] results of the JVM Ecosystem Survey 2021 conducted by Snyk and Blue has been published. Some strong points include 44% of developers using AdoptOpenJDK in production, 60% of developers using JDK 11 in […]

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