Zulu Mission Control is Azul's build of the open source JDK Mission Control product that is used for profiling and analysis of the JVM and Java applications.
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Find out about the 7 reasons to switch to Azul... 1. Reduce Java TCO as much as 90% 2. Get the industry’s best Java support 3. Migrate risk-free with a drop-in replacement for the Or
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A summary of OpenJDK options for the enterprise.
Migrating from Oracle JDK to Azul Builds of OpenJDK
The necessity of timely Java security updates.
A review of how Oracle has changed the licensing of their JDK, meaning that long-term support (LTS) for commercial Java use is no longer free.
Learn more here about the simple and flexible pricing for Azul products, including Zing and Zulu.
Certified builds of OpenJDK with cost-effective, timely security updates.
This white paper explains what Azul Zulu is, and how to migrate applications from the Oracle JDK to the Zulu builds of OpenJDK.
How to drive down Java support costs while ensuring secure, stable operations.
CPUs, PSUs, SLAs; Making Sense of TLAs for Java updates.
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Why OpenJDK CPU updates deliver better security and less operational risk.
Basic facts about Zulu Enterprise, Zulu Embedded, and Zulu Community.
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Oracle announced a new, faster release plan for the Java Development Kit (JDK). In this webinar, learn about the significant implications this has for the Java community.
An exploration of the changes to the language, in the form of records and pattern matching, as well as some of the 69 new API elements in JDK 14.
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Azul Systems closes strategic growth equity investment with Vitruvian Partners.