Minimal Docker image with Java
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README.md

Minimal Docker image with Java Circle CI

Basic Docker image to run Java applications. This is based on Alpine Linux to keep the size minimal (about 25% of an ubuntu-based image).

Tags

Additionally, tags are created for each oracle release (e.g. 8u191, jdk-8u191 or jre-8u191).

Note: Sometimes Oracle releases two versions at the same time : a CPU (Critical Patch Update) with only critical bug fixes, and a PSU (Patch Set Update) with additional "non-critical fixes". In this case, the CPU will be the default, as recommended by oracle. If needed, PSU releases are still accessible, by using their specific release tag (e.g jdk-8u192)

Usage

Example:

docker run -it --rm jeanblanchard/java:8 java -version