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Short Description
Oracle Java Base Images. Alpine and CentOS available.
Full Description

Dockerized Oracle Java Images

Supported tags and respective Dockerfile links

Java Version Tag Dockerfile
Java JRE 8 jre.8, latest Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 8 server-jre.8 Dockerfile
Java JRE 7 jre.7 Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 7 server-jre.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 8 jdk.8 Dockerfile
Java JDK 7 jdk.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 6 jdk.6 Dockerfile

Supported CentOS Images

Java Version Tag Dockerfile
Java JRE 8 centos.jre.8 Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 8 centos.server-jre.8 Dockerfile
Java JRE 7 centos.jre.7 Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 7 centos.server-jre.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 8 centos.jdk.8 Dockerfile
Java JDK 7 centos.jdk.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 6 centos.jdk.6 Dockerfile

Supported Ubuntu Images

Java Version Tag Dockerfile
Java JRE 8 ubuntu.jre.8 Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 8 ubuntu.server-jre.8 Dockerfile
Java JRE 7 ubuntu.jre.7 Dockerfile
Java Server JRE 7 ubuntu.server-jre.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 8 ubuntu.jdk.8 Dockerfile
Java JDK 7 ubuntu.jdk.7 Dockerfile

Supported OpenJDK Images

Java Version Tag Dockerfile
Java JRE 8 openjre.8 Dockerfile
Java JRE 7 openjre.7 Dockerfile
Java JDK 8 openjdk.8 Dockerfile
Java JDK 7 openjdk.7 Dockerfile

Make It Short

$ docker run blacklabelops/java java -version

Will print the java version on console.

Use Versions

Just add the respective tag to the image name!

Example: Java JDK 7

$ docker run blacklabelops/java:jdk7 java -version

Will print the java version on console.

How-To Extend

Example Dockerfile:

FROM blacklabelops/java
MAINTAINER Your Name <your@email.com>

RUN Install-Your-Tooling

Will use Java JRE 8 as your base image.

Need the JDK?

Example Dockerfile:

FROM blacklabelops/java:jdk8
MAINTAINER Your Name <your@email.com>

RUN Install-Your-Tooling

Will use Java JDK 8 as your base image.

Build Image

Take a Dockerfile and build with the default arguments:

$ docker build -t blacklabelops/java -f java-oracle-alpine/Dockerfile .

Build a specific Oracle Version with the following build arguments:

  • JAVA_DISTRIBUTION: jdk or jre (default: jdk)
  • JAVA_MAJOR_VERSION: 7 or 8
  • JAVA_UPDATE_VERSION: The minor version from any Oracle Java download page.
  • JAVA_BUILD_NUMBER: The build number from any Oracle Java download page.

Example:

$ docker build -t blacklabelops/java \
  --build-arg JAVA_DISTRIBUTION=jdk \
  --build-arg JAVA_MAJOR_VERSION=8 \
  --build-arg JAVA_UPDATE_VERSION=74 \
  --build-arg JAVA_BUILD_NUMBER=02 \
  -f java-oracle-alpine/Dockerfile .

Will build image containing Java JDK 8 in version 8.74.02.

Support

Leave a message and ask questions on Hipchat: blacklabelops/hipchat

Github

The Dockerfiles for the different Java versions are maintained in the respective folders.

Example:

Folder: java-jdk-8-oracle

Version: Java Development Kit (JDK) Version 8, VM implementation by Oracle

Vagrant

Vagrant is fabulous tool for pulling and spinning up virtual machines like docker with containers. I can configure my development and test environment and simply pull it online. And so can you! Install Vagrant and Virtualbox and spin it up. Change into the project folder and build the project on the spot!

$ vagrant up
$ vagrant ssh
[vagrant@localhost ~]$ cd /vagrant/java-jdk-8-oracle/
[vagrant@localhost ~]$ docker build -t blacklabelops/jdk8 .

References

Docker Pull Command
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