I do not see 32-bit version of JRE on dowloads loction?
Do you guys provide it?
A lot of client sustems are still 32-bit & iwas searching for alternatives to Oracle JDK.
Thanks for letting us know of your interest in Zulu for 32-bit Java applications. We have 32-bit Intel JVM builds scheduled on our long term Zulu roadmap but do not have a firm release date. We do intend to add additional Zulu target architectures over time, and base our roadmap to include user requests and general demand, so if you have particular OS versions or deployment contexts for 32-bit JVMs, please append them to this topic for refinement and consideration.
Plus, as outlined in this topic https://support.azul.com/hc/communities/public/questions/200351824-How-do-I-submit-a-Feature-Request-for-Zulu- make sure to click Follow on your request which I moved into the Zulu Feature Requests topic, and upvote your request. Thanks again.
Any news on this?
We launched the Zulu Embedded offering around multiple variations of JDK, JRE, compact profiles, etc. for x86, x64, and Edison so far. Please review https://www.azul.com/products/zulu-embedded/ for details.
If you have specific target environment requirements we would be happy to discuss them. We have a new alias called email@example.com. Contact us there anytime.
Hello Zulu fans. Here is an update to this thread:
Since the original inquiry, the Zulu family expanded to offer embedded and enterprise targets not included on the community downloads. There are x86 64-bit and 32-bit build targets, both JDKs and JREs, now in inventory. A few evaluation builds are posted on http://info.azul.com/2015-WEB-DL-Zulu-Embedded-Registration-LP.html but in general you need to inquire with Azul sales to make a request for a particular target and packaging option. Those targets all have OpenJDK-based redistribution models far simpler compared to most other JVMs, yet apart from a few teaser teaser builds, they aren’t generally available as free downloads. Please contact Azul to see what type of support plan fits your adoption and distribution needs.
By the way, Azul also remains interested in supporting open source and academic users. We already have the Zing OSS program outlined here: https://www.azul.com/zing-oss-open-source-developer-access/ and have issued a handful Zulu Embedded builds through that program, especially when a request matches a build target already in inventory. So don’t be shy. Azul sales guys are nice people, and if your request is not commercial (ether open or academic), it will likely get back to me in Marketing anyway.