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It's pretty easy to get started with a Jenkins instance on Oracle Container Cloud
You can leverage the out-of-the-box Service (name Jenkins) provided in OCC or create your own. In this example, we will be creating a new service (name yet-another-jenkins)
Use the existing Docker image or another image (tag) of your choice (e.g. from Docker Hub)
If you want to save your Jenkins data (e.g. plugins, configuration etc.) after container restart, you would need map the container path to a persistent volume on your host container
The Docker Hub Jenkins images stores data in /var/jenkins_home
This can be done easily since Oracle Container Cloud allows SSH access into the worker nodes as well (in addition to the Manager node)
All you need to do is the following
More details here
This needs to be done on the worker node and permissions need to be assigned
sudo chmod 777 jenkins
More info here
That's it.. Now just click Deploy to start your Jenkins container. You should see it in the Deployments list
Access the running Jenkins container in OCC and click on View Logs (scroll down to see the password)
The Jenkins container exposes port 9002 (by default).Just browse to http://<occs-host-ip>:9002/ and enter the password to get started
Configure Jenkins as per your requirements....
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