Azul Zulu is a JVM that is compliant with the Java SE specification. Zulu in JDK form is an open source distribution of the Java Development Kit of the OpenJDK project. Each Zulu build goes through complete testing using formal TCKs and validation on the Azure platform. Use the JDK to develop, test, and run applications in any Java application stack, like JBoss, Tomcat, Hadoop, and other JVM-powered services, simply by pointing JAVA_HOME at Zulu. Recent Zulu 8 and 7 JDK versions are installed side-by-side-by-side. Use Zulu to drive your cloud applications to new levels of ease and flexibility, with professional technical support by Azul available by subscription.
The Zulu offering provides professional technical support as a subscription option. Visit Zulu Enterprise to inquire about subscription details. Be sure to mention "Zulu on Azure" when listing your environment details.Community support is always available on the Zulu Community Forum.
Security levels for installed Zulu versions are 8u131 and 7u141, reflecting OpenJDK 8 and 7, respectively.
The recommended minimum Azure virtual machine size for Zulu is A1.