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JDK Distributions

  • Corretto (Amazon)

    Amazon Corretto is a no-cost, multiplatform, production-ready distribution of the Open Java Development Kit (OpenJDK). Corretto comes with long-term support that will include performance enhancements and security fixes. Amazon runs Corretto internally on thousands of production services and Corretto is certified as compatible with the Java SE standard. With Corretto, you can develop and run Java applications on popular operating systems, including Linux, Windows, and macOS.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-amzn
  • Dragonwell (Alibaba)

    Dragonwell, as a downstream version of OpenJDK, is the in-house OpenJDK implementation at Alibaba. It is optimized for online e-commerce, financial and logistics applications running on 100,000+ servers. Alibaba Dragonwell is the engine that runs these distributed Java applications in extreme scaling.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-albba
  • GraalVM (Oracle)

    GraalVM is a universal virtual machine for running applications written in JavaScript, Python, Ruby, R, JVM-based languages like Java, Scala, Groovy, Kotlin, Clojure, and LLVM-based languages such as C and C++. GraalVM removes the isolation between programming languages and enables interoperability in a shared runtime. It can run either standalone or in the context of OpenJDK, Node.js or Oracle Database.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-grl
  • Java SE Development Kit (Oracle)

    This proprietary Java Development Kit is an implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition released by Oracle Corporation in the form of a binary product aimed at Java developers on Linux, macOS or Windows. The JDK includes a private JVM and a few other resources to finish the development of a Java application. It is distributed under the Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions License

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-oracle
  • Liberica (Bellsoft)

    Liberica is a 100% open-source Java implementation. It is built from OpenJDK which BellSoft contributes to, is thoroughly tested and passed the JCK provided under the license from OpenJDK. All supported versions of Liberica also contain JavaFX.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-librca
  • Liberica NIK (Bellsoft)

    Liberica Native Image Kit is a utility that converts your JVM-based application into a fully compiled native executable ahead-of-time under the closed-world assumption with an almost instant startup time. Being compatible with various platforms, including lightweight musl-based Alpine Linux, it optimizes resource consumption and minimizes the static footprint.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-nik
  • Mandrel (Red Hat)

    Mandrel focuses on GraalVM's native-image component in order to provide an easy way for Quarkus users to generate native images for their applications. Developers using Quarkus should be able to go all the way from Java source code to lean, native, platform-dependent applications running on Linux. This capability is vital for deploying to containers in a cloud-native application development model.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-mandrel
  • OpenJDK (

    OpenJDK (Open Java Development Kit) is a free and open-source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). It is the result of an effort Sun Microsystems began in 2006. The implementation is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 with a linking exception. Were it not for the GPL linking exception, components that linked to the Java class library would be subject to the terms of the GPL license. OpenJDK is the official reference implementation of Java SE since version 7.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-open
  • OpenJDK (Microsoft)

    The Microsoft Build of OpenJDK is a no-cost distribution of OpenJDK that's open source and available for free for anyone to deploy anywhere. It includes Long-Term Support (LTS) binaries for Java 11 on x64 server and desktop environments on macOS, Linux, and Windows, and AArch64/ARM64 on Linux and Windows. Microsoft also publishes Java 16 binaries for all three major Operating Systems and both x64 and AArch64 (M1/ARM64) architectures.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-ms
  • SapMachine (SAP)

    SapMachine is a downstream version of the OpenJDK project. It is used to build and maintain a SAP supported version of OpenJDK for SAP customers and partners who wish to use OpenJDK to run their applications. SAP is committed to ensuring the continued success of the Java platform.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-sapmchn
  • Semeru (IBM)

    Semeru Runtimes use the class libraries from OpenJDK, along with the Eclipse OpenJ9 Java Virtual Machine to enable developers to build and deploy Java applications that will start quickly, deliver great performance, all while using less memory.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-sem
  • Temurin (Eclipse)

    Formerly AdoptOpenJDK, the Eclipse Adoptium Temurin™ project provides code and processes that support the building of runtime binaries and associated technologies that are high performance, enterprise-caliber, cross-platform, open-source licensed, and Java SE TCK-tested for general use across the Java ecosystem.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-tem
  • Trava (Trava)

    TravaOpenJDK is OpenJDK for developers. It is based on dcevm and uses an integrated HotswapAgent, so allowing advanced hotswapping of classes by method and field addition or updates at runtime.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-trava
  • Zulu (Azul Systems)

    Azul Zulu is an open source implementation of the Java Standard Edition ("SE") specification. It is a binary build of the OpenJDK open source project. Zulu provides a Java Runtime Environment needed for Java applications to run.

    $ sdk install java x.y.z-zulu