Mule ESB 4 Community Edition Docker Image

By | October 28, 2017

A few short words on the update of my Mule ESB Community Edition Docker images, to which I have included an image for the version 4 release candidate.

Since there were problems running the version 4 release candidate on Alpine Linux due to the JavaScript scripting engine not being included or not working properly, I decided to switch base image for this particular version.
The OpenJDK official repository contains a wealth of Docker images based on Alpine Linux, Debian and even Windows server for those with Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 Docker hosts. I chose a base image based on Debian Stretch (Debian 9) which has been slimmed down for used in containers and OpenJDK JRE 1.8u141. This combination allowed Mule ESB 4 to start properly.

Seeing that the size of the Debian-based Mule Docker image is even smaller than the Alpine Linux based Docker images, I will look into making the Docker images for the other versions of Mule ESB Community Edition based on Debian as well. For me, this will have the benefit of a closed match with my development environment in which I use Ubuntu Linux.

Regretfully, I have not had time to try out Mule ESB version 4 yet as I am working on a project that uses Spring Integration 5, which I by the way really can recommend, but I think there will be an opportunity in a not-too-distant future.

Happy coding!

3 thoughts on “Mule ESB 4 Community Edition Docker Image

  1. Richa williams

    Hai, Thanks for sharing the nice Article regarding Mule ESB docker Edition.

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  2. Jason Hodge

    Hi Ivan, thanks for the docker image for Mule 4 Community. Has it been updated recently?

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    1. Ivan Krizsan Post author

      Sorry, no and as I stopped working with Mule, I am afraid it is not likely to be updated. Please do fork the repository if you want to!

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