Free Java 8 security updates from Oracle ended in January.
Azul can help keep your Java infrastructure secure.Learn How
- Free to download and use without restrictions
- Fastest access to new OpenJDK features
- Longest OpenJDK update roadmap
- Widest range of supported file types
- Choose 32 or 64-bit JDKs and JREs
- Includes OpenJFX, Flight Recorder, Zulu Mission Control
- Easy migration to Zulu Enterprise or Zing
Zulu leverages all the latest advances in OpenJDK and support provided by its vibrant open source community. With Zulu Community you will get access to selected new OpenJDK features up two 6 months faster than from other builds.Download now
Azul will provide quarterly updates to Zulu Community builds of OpenJDK 7 until July 2023, builds of OpenJDK 8 will be updated until March 2026, and builds of OpenJDK 11 will be updated until September 2027. Interim releases like Java 9, 10, 12, 15, 16 will be updated for at least 6 months from their initial release.
Azul also maintains an archive of Zulu Community builds of OpenJDK that goes back to 2014.
Choose 32 or 64-bit Zulu LTS builds that include Java 8, 11 and 7 plus feature releases (Java 12, 13, etc.).
Windows, Linux (including Alpine Linux), macOS, Solaris, onsite, desktop, Docker, plus public and private Clouds (See download page for details)
Zulu is verified compliant with the Java SE specifications using the OpenJDK Community Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)
Zulu Community users get free access to OpenJFX, Flight Recorder and open source Zulu Mission Control
Zulu Community builds follow the OpenJDK quarterly release cycle. Get updates every January, April, July, and October.
OpenJDK 8-based Zulu Community builds now include support for TLS 1.3, backported from OpenJDK 11
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