Post by Arne VajhÃ¸j Post by Simon Clubley Post by Arne VajhÃ¸j
PS: I predict that OpenJDK will become very popular with large
PS: As for OpenJDK, Oracle _must_ have thought of that, so I wonder
how they are going to counter that approach by large corporations ?
That process has been underway for some time. Now I suspect
that it will accelerate due to companies with a large number
of employees and a modest Java usage jumping.
The only real difference between OpenJDK and paying
Oracle is that Oracle offers sustaining support
after 8 years. Some companies are willing to pay
something for that. But there are obvious limits
on how much they are willing to pay.
For OpenJDK there are so many places to
Oracle (!) original builds:
https://jdk.java.net/19/ + https://jdk.java.net/archive/
IBM "Semeru" builds:
Redhat (also IBM!) builds:
Eclipse "Adoptium" / "Temurin" builds:
Amazon "Coretto" builds:
SAP "SapMachine" builds:
Azul "Zulu" builds:
Heck if somebody want chinese then:
Alibaba "Dragonwell" builds:
TenCent "Kona" builds: