So, you have setup a K8s Cluster to run Jenkins to build and deploy your code dynamically rather than having static Jenkins slaves, great! Now, within your pipeline for whatever reason you require Docker functionality to perform Docker related tasks. Sounds simple right? Well you’d be surprised how difficult this can be, and within this blog post we will demonstrate the various methods and the pros and cons of each method.

This blog post assumes you already have a Jenkins master in K8s already configured with the required plugins.

Implementation 1: Share the host socket


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