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Webserver With Live Rolling Updates Using Dynamic Jenkins Slave and Kubernetes

A Jenkins master can operate by itself both managing the build environment and executing the builds with its own executors and resources. If you stick with this “standalone” configuration you will most likely run out of resources when the number or the load of your projects increases.

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Cloud DevOps enthusiast who loves to integrate different tools to solve challenges.

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