Get Started with Zing® 11 from a tar.gz Archive

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These instructions introduce you to the quick and easy process to try Zing 11 from a tar.gz archive.

Make sure your system meets the system requirements listed in Zing Installation Instructions.

Step 1: Download Zing 11

Step 2: Get a Zing License

  1. Sign up for a Zing Trial License in order to obtain your Zing Trial Token.
  2. Check the Zing Trial Token email you received from Azul and locate your Zing Trial Token (if you did not receive the email in your inbox, check your Spam or Junk email folders).
  3. Download your license:
  4. mkdir ~/.zing
    wget -O- https://trial-licenses.azul.com/redeem/<Zing_Trial_Token>  > ~/.zing/license

Step 3: Uncompress the Zing Archive

  1. Uncompress the downloaded tar.gz archive on the host machine where the Java applications will be run:
    
    tar xzvf zing-<jdk_version>-<zvm_version>.tar.gz

    Note: The gzip and tar utilities are required to install the ZVM tar.gz archive on Linux host platforms.

  2. Verify that the Zing Virtual Machine is successfully unpacked:
  3. /<uncompressed_zing_archive_directory>/bin/java -version

    The output should look similar to the snippet below:

    
    java version "11.0.3.0.101" 2019-07-24 LTS
    Zing Runtime Environment for Java Applications 19.07.0.0+3 (product build 11.0.3.0.101+12-LTS)
    Zing 64-Bit Tiered VM 19.07.0.0+3 (product build 11.0.3.0.101-zing_19.07.0.0-b4-product-linux-X86_64, mixed mode)
    

    If you do not see output similar to the above, contact Azul Support or visit the Zing Community Forum.

To finalize installation steps, Complete the Post Zing Virtual Machine Installation Tasks.

See Also:

Zing System Requirements

Zing Troubleshooting Guide

Zing Virtual Machine Release Notes

Zing User’s Guide

Zing Community Forum