Java Security

Secure your Java and mitigate your risk

  • The Importance of Java Security Updates

    The Importance of Java Security Updates

    Recently, I was in discussion with a Java user at a bank about the possibilities of using Azul Platform Core to run a range of applications.  One of the most significant advantages for...

    Read Article
  • Know Your Risks with Unsupported Java55:10

    Know Your Risks with Unsupported Java

    It’s been more than 2 years since Oracle required subscription-based licensing.

    Watch Video
  • Improve DevOpsSec Processes in Production with Azul Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder53:35

    Improve DevOpsSec Processes in Production with Azul Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder

    Zulu Mission Control and JDK Flight Recorder are powerful tools for Java developers, which have been open-sourced by Oracle and are now part of OpenJDK 8, 11, and later versions. This webinar shows h

    Watch Video
  • How to Keep Your Java Applications  Secure44:51

    How to Keep Your Java Applications Secure

    Since Oracle stopped providing free security updates for Java 8 and 11, there have been 71 published Java security vulnerabilities, including 11 published on July 14th. Deploying fixes to secure Java

    Watch Replay
  • Java: Stable, Secure and Affordable

    Java: Stable, Secure and Affordable

    Java continues to vie for first place as the most popular platform for software development in the world.  The power of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) extends the platform’s appeal... The post...

    Read Blog Post
  • Best Practices for Moving to OpenJDK

    Best Practices for Moving to OpenJDK

    This white paper explains what Azul Platform Core is, and how to migrate applications from the Oracle JDK to the Zulu builds of OpenJDK.

    Read White Paper
  • Security-only OpenJDK Updates

    Security-only OpenJDK Updates

    Why OpenJDK CPU updates deliver better security and less operational risk.

    Read Technology Brief
  • 7 Reasons to #SwitchToAzul42:09

    7 Reasons to #SwitchToAzul

    Watch Replay
  • CPU, PSU and SLA. Making Sense of TLAs for Java Updates

    CPU, PSU and SLA. Making Sense of TLAs for Java Updates

    Updating Java has changed. In January 2019, the last public updates (for commercial users) of both Oracle JDK 8 and the Oracle OpenJDK JDK 11 were released. Non-commercial users, for... The post...

    Read Blog Post
  • Azul Platform Core Datasheet

    Azul Platform Core Datasheet

    Certified builds of OpenJDK with cost-effective, timely security updates.

    Read Data Sheet
  • How to Keep Your Java Applications Secure

    How to Keep Your Java Applications Secure

    Back in April 2019 the way most Java users accessed updates for the JDK changed.  The reason for this was a combination of changes made by Oracle to how the JDK is developed and the licensing...

    Read Article
  • The 3 Hidden Risks of Unsupported, Free Java

    The 3 Hidden Risks of Unsupported, Free Java

    It’s been more than 2 years since Oracle required subscription-based licensing for Java 8 and 11 support, the versions in production by the majority of Java users.  Throughout this realignment,...

    Read Article
  • The Hidden Risks of Unsupported Java

    The Hidden Risks of Unsupported Java

    Learn about security, compliance and redistribution risks of unsupported Java, and how support negates those risks and adds value.

    Read Data Sheet
  • Azul Platform Core Information Sheet

    Azul Platform Core Information Sheet

    Why the support provided with Azul Platform Core is second-to-none, compared to expensive Oracle Java SE and compared to free builds.

    Read Data Sheet
  • loading
    Loading More...