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Jenkins Docker Plugin Blues … And a Solution


Jenkins is one of the best tools for Continuous Integration (CI) due to it’s maturity, huge number of plugins, support for distributed builds, etc.

One of the key features of Jenkins is its support for Docker containers (via the Docker plugin), as it makes it easy to create CI pipelines that rely on specific tools without having to install the tools in…

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Cesar Talledo

Cesar Talledo

Founder and CEO of Nestybox, Inc.

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