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Free software tools from Azul Systems that help you manage and measure your Java-based deployments
jHiccup generates “hiccup charts” that show the latency inherent in your app, to the 99.9999th percentile. Hiccup charts show latency across the entire test interval. jHiccup has minimal overhead, is written in Java, and is free. Download here or from GitHub.Download Now
jRT measures the socket response and return time spectrum associated with an application’s network-facing platform. The tool captures the time-series and variability of the socket-based application code, JVM, OS, hypervisor and HW as application response times.Learn More
Developers, and performance engineers can use Azul Inspector to quickly determine the JDK version in use, max heap size setting and the values of a variety of other setup variables. More on Azul Inspector how can be used is available in this blog post.Learn More
Java developers who want a fully-tested multiplatform build of Java SE 8, 7 or 6 can download Zulu free here > (new Zulu download page)
Zulu 8, 7 and 6 builds are available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace on multiple machine images
Zulu has been available on the Docker Hub since the Fall of 2014. Get it for Debian or CentOS
You can download and deploy Zulu 8 for Ubuntu Trusty on Canonical’s Juju Charm store
Custom builds of OpenJDK for Embedded Java SE 8, 7, or even 6 are available from Azul. Learn more now
Sources and documentation for jHiccup, LatencyUtils, jRT, and HDRHistoGram are all available on GitHub