Released 2018 December
Select Zulu 8 community distributions now include OpenJFX.
Zulu 11.2, 8.33, and 8.32 introduce support for musl for Alpine Linux. All future distributions of Zulu 11 and Zulu 8 for Alpine Linux will be based on musl libc.
Released 2018 October
Zulu 11.2, 8.33, 8.32, 7.25, and 6.22 release provides accumulated fixes reflecting October 2018 OpenJDK changes and additional fixes. New Java levels are updated on all platforms.
Java Levels: Java SE 11.0.1
Java Levels: Java SE 8, update 191 and update 192
Java Levels: Java SE 7, update 201
Java Levels: Java SE 6, update 119
This Zulu release establishes support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 on Zulu 11.2, 8.33, 8.32, 7.25, and 6.22.
This release of Zulu contains IANA time zone data version 2018e.
Zulu 11.2 distribution packages do not include some optional OpenJDK features: the Graal compiler, the Hotspot Serviceability Agent, the AOT, and JVMCI modules. Please note that these features are not part of Java SE 11. They are additional items included in some specific packaging distributions, and mostly provide early access to experimental functionality.
Zulu follows the OpenJDK security roadmap. The following table shows the roadmap changes implemented in the October release.
Applicable in Zulu
|DES||11, 8, 7, 6||Disabled the TLS DES Cipher Suites.|
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