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Zulu builds of OpenJDK on 64-bit Armv8

Zulu® for 64-bit Armv8 is a series of certified builds of OpenJDK that are designed for embedded and server-grade Arm processors and fully compliant with the Java SE standard. Each Zulu build is certified using Azul’s rigorous quality assurance processes and passes the full OpenJDK TCK Java compliance suite. Zulu for 64-bit Armv8 is 100% open source and freely downloadable. Now Java developers, deployers, and admins can enjoy the full benefits of open source Java with no license fees or field of use restrictions on embedded systems as well as servers based on the Armv8 architecture.

Looking for Java support on Arm?

Zulu Enterprise adds the comfort of cost-effective world-class, subscription-based Java support plans. You can download Zulu builds of OpenJDK for 64-bit Armv8 processors here.

Zulu 64-bit Armv8 builds are fully compatible with Amazon A1 EC2 and all other Armv8 implementations. Amazon’s A1 instances support Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Amazon Linux 2, and Ubuntu, and all are ideal platforms for Java workloads running on open source Zulu, Zulu Enterprise and Zulu Embedded.

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Download Zulu for 64-bit Armv8

Java versionOpenJDK™ VersionFile DescriptionMD5 Sum 
88u212Zulu 64bit OpenJDK on Linux (for Armv8)840db5065da3549622072aa762ffebae
1111.0.3Zulu 64bit OpenJDK on Linux (for Armv8)010f354fb9aec17637b64fd88d4c1999

Download the installation package to a reasonable location on your 64-bit Armv8 Linux system. For example:


Expand the downloaded file.

$ tar -xzvf <zulu_package>.tar.gz

All Zulu files are expanded into appropriate folders relative to the <zulu_dir>/<zulu_jdk> subfolder. For example


For general instructions on installing and troubleshooting Zulu, please review the Zulu Installation Guide.

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