frolvlad/alpine-glibc:alpine-3.6, adds Azul Systems'
Zulu J(DK|RE), version (7|8).
Existing efforts to provide certified OpenJDK builds in a Docker image based on
Alpine Linux have overwhelmingly focused on Oracle's JDK, which, as far as I'm
aware, is impossible to distribute in a Docker image without violating the
terms of Oracle's license.
zre-7— JRE 7
zulu-7— JDK 7
zre-8— JRE 8
zulu-8— JDK 8
There is no
latest tag. Whether to base your image on a (smaller) JRE image
or one with a full JDK is a decision that should be made on a per-Dockerfile
basis. In an ideal world, a full JDK would never be required for deployment,
but sometimes it's required for compiling JSPs, etc.
/opt/zulu. This variable is set from the Dockerfile and
/etc/profile.d/zulu.sh, along with adding
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