Run anywhere again: Java hooks up with Docker

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Azul Systems is offering its certified Zulu JVM via Docker, enabling developers to more quickly package and distribute applications.

Applications can more easily be redeployed on servers or made available on public clouds using Docker. “You configure it once, and once it’s configured, it’s very easy to [roll it out] in multiple places,” Azul President/CEO Scott Sellers said in an interview. Although others have offered Java via Docker, Azul says its open source Zulu JVM is the first Docker-based Java offering to be officially certified as Java-compliant and fully supported. “This is really needed in order for enterprises to deploy Java on Docker in real production environments,” Sellers said.

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