Addition of Graal Runtime Technologyâ€¯Gives Customers, Partners Improved Performance
Posted by Erik Klein, Product Manager, SuiteCloud Platform
But it gets even better. Certain Graal operations have been clocked up to three times faster. And, applications may consume as little as five times less memory than traditional VMs. For example, services have been measured in specific environments (such as within server-less infrastructure) to start 100 times faster.
When we first looked at Graal, it quickly became apparent that the technology offered a lot of potential, both as a technique to advance NetSuiteâ€™s Cloud architecture as well as evolve the SuiteScript API. It did not disappoint. Because Graal is built cloud-native from the ground up, the technology was surprisingly easy to integrate into NetSuiteâ€™s prototype cloud. Going from research to beta and then production in NetSuite 2019 Release 2 took a small team less than a year. It has been rock solid since going live.
To sum it up, NetSuite Platform developers can realize improved productivity by leveraging ECMAScript and SuiteScript 2.1 capabilities powered by Graal technology in the NetSuite Cloud. Here are a few links to learn more, and visit Answer Id: 87298 in SuiteAnswers for more information about ECMAScript support in SuiteScript 2.1.
- Oracle GraalVM Announcement
- GraalVM Enterprise Edition v19 Guide
- GraalVM.org Home Page
- Truffle Language Implementation Framework
- Top 10 Things to do with Graal VM (blog)