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Let your Apps Nap

A feature of CloudVM for Java, jSleep recognizes when an application is idle and frees up available resources that can be used by another application.

Release memory from your Java applications when they are not in use

If you run Java infrastructure then you will know that not only do Java apps take up a lot of resources but when they are not in use they keep hold of that resource, whether they are using it or not.

jSleep is a revolutionary development from Waratek that allows apps to go into sleep mode when not in use, like closing the lid on your laptop, freeing up resources for other applications to use.

Watch the video below to find out more.


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jSleep: Let your Apps Nap

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