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Docker Management Design Patterns: CI Tools good practices

 
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Hello Deepak,

  When it comes to CI/CD piple line  Docker supports number of tools such as Jenkins, SonarQube, Nexus, GitLab.
  Any suggestions and good practices that you have discussed in the book?
 
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 Sathya
 
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CI/CD is not discussed in the book. Docker with Jenkins is a Jenkins feature and not a Docker feature. The book is about Docker. Jenkins provides several plugins for Docker:
-Docker plugin
-Docker Pipeline plugin
-Amazon EC2 Container Service plugin

 
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