$25,000 / 50 pods / year
VMware Spring Runtime brings you 24x7 support for the Spring ecosystem, as well as packaged versions of popular projects designed for enterprise usage atop Kubernetes.Talk to an expert
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Build modern apps with Spring, and lean on VMware for troubleshooting and support.
Manage modern apps on Kubernetes with popular Spring tooling.
Get peace of mind with expert support for OpenJDK, Spring, and Tomcat.
No matter how large your JVM estate, VMware Spring Runtime can scale to support your organization.
Selected components of VMware Spring Runtime include the open source project, plus additional capabilities to ease the management of microservices atop Kubernetes.
Easily connect your Spring apps to VMware Tanzu Observability and other products.
Perform installation and upgrades for key Spring projects with bundled components.
We support you where you need it most: on your Linux® and Windows® servers.
VMware Spring Runtime is available as an annual subscription priced per-pod and per-core.
$25,000 / 50 pods / year
8 vCPU cores
$4,000 / 8 vCPU cores / year
VMware Spring Runtime also comes with support services for these Spring projects:
Q: Why should I consider VMware Spring Runtime instead of just purchasing OpenJDK support?
A: VMware Spring Runtime covers the majority of your runtime stack, including Spring support and exclusive enterprise features for tc Server and other Spring projects.
Q: What is the SLO for VMware Spring Runtime?
A: Please refer to Tanzu Support Services Offerings. Support is included for development and production environments.
Q: What platforms do you support for the VMware Tanzu Distribution of OpenJDK?
A: We support Linux and Windows server environments. Whether you have apps running in bare metal, VMs, containers, or Kubernetes®, VMware Spring Runtime has you covered.
Q: Where do I download the VMware Tanzu Distribution of OpenJDK and VMware tc Server?
A: Both are available on Tanzu Network.
Q: How are upgrades and security patches handled for OpenJDK distribution?
A: New binaries will be available from VMware's Distribution of OpenJDK. Alternatively, Bellsoft's Liberica JDK/JRE binaries can also be downloaded directly from their website. These binaries are also supported by VMware.
Q: Where can I find the OpenJDK LTS and EOL timelines?
A: Refer to details here.
Q: What Kubernetes distributions are supported by VMware Spring Runtime?
A: All conformant Kubernetes distributions are supported including VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid.
Q: What platforms does VMware tc Server support?
A: We support Windows/Mac/Linux environments.
Q: Does the VMware Tanzu Distribution of OpenJDK support mobile, desktop, ARM, or embedded platforms?
A: No; it only supports Linux and Windows server environments at this time.
Q: Can I buy VMware Spring Runtime without buying any other VMware Tanzu products or subscriptions?
A: Yes, VMware Spring Runtime is sold independently.
Q: What is included in Spring support?
A: When building Spring applications, if you encounter software errors or runtime exceptions outside the scope of your business logic or customizations, submit it for review and evaluation by the support team. Likewise, if you run into defects, send the details, and our support engineers will evaluate the behavior and submit it to the respective product backlog for resolution.
Q: I’d like to have an architecture review of Spring’s product use. How can I get guidance on this?
A: We’d love to help! Please reach out to your balanced account team to review the options.
Q: Are VMware Spring Runtime entitlements exchangeable?
A: VMware Spring Runtime can be purchased either as vCPU core or Kubernetes pod packs. All the entitlements in the VMware Spring Runtime are exchangeable within the purchased vCPU/pod packs.
Q: Does VMware Spring Runtime include RabbitMQ support?
A: No, but you can learn more about RabbitMQ support here.
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