Zulu in Java
Azul Zulu is a Java Development Kit or JDK. It complies with the Java Standard Edition (SE) specification.
This contains all the necessary Java components to build and run any Java SE application.
Zulu has been verified by the
Zulu distributions are free to download and can be used without restrictions.
In this article, we are going to discuss Zulu in brief. Also, we are going to see the installation process of this JDK.
Zulu has multiple installers and packages like
jars. It also contains the Java Flight Recorder and also supports Mission Control.
It is the combination of three products: the
Zulu Community edition, the
Zulu Enterprise edition, and
Zulu Embedded. Here, the
Zulu Embedded is for running on constrained hardware resources.
Zulu is a part of Java 11. It is supported by a wide range of operating systems and hardware platforms.
How to Install
Zulu in Java
First, download the necessary
TAR.GZ from the official download page of
Azul. Then you need to extract the
ZIP file, and you will find your
Azul Zulu installation folder.
To verify if the package is extracted correctly, you need to open Command Prompt in the installation folder, type
bin\java -version, and get all the necessary information about the installation package below.
openjdk version "126.96.36.199" 2022-08-18 OpenJDK Runtime Environment Zulu18.32+13-CA (build 188.8.131.52+1) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM Zulu18.32+13-CA (build 184.108.40.206+1, mixed mode, sharing)
It’s time to include it in your
Environment Variable. To do that, you can follow the below steps.
- Open your
Control Paneland then go to
System and Security>
- After that, go to the
Advanced system settings.
- Go to the
Environment Variablesbutton under the
- In the
System Variablesarea, you must select the
Pathand click on the
- Now, you have to provide the location of your package’s
- Now create a new system variable named
JAVA_HOMEand provide the directory of the installation folder.