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IBM SDK v8 support for Apple Mac OS (M1 and M2 processors) to support developing J2EE applications on Apple Mac OS.
There are a lot of different WebSphere Application Server stack-products available for which all need to be running on IBM SDK v8 when using the traditional application server. More and more J2EE developers moving to Apple Mac OS, for which the hardware is running on Apples M1 and M2 processors. However... Currently IBM seems not to support IBM SDK v8 running on Apple M1 or M2 processors, but to develop J2EE applications based on the traditional application server there are a lot of features included in the IBM SDK (related to other SDKs like Oracle), for which an SDK change can not be done at all. The only solution right now is to use any virtual system on Apple Mac to get it working. It would be great, if IBM can offer the IBM SDK for Apple Mac OS in the near future as well. Just to provide another potential operating system for developers to develop their Java artifacts.
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