In our Jenkins Essentials training you have learned all you needed to know to run your own Jenkins and create your own build jobs. As you progress in using Jenkins you will soon realize that some jobs need dependencies installed on the actual Jenkins master or slave to work. With multiple projects and teams using different version numbers of the same dependency, you are in for some trouble.
The best-practice is to not have any dependencies on your Jenkins machines at all. You should use Docker containers to manage your dependencies and let your jobs worry about starting the right containers. With this course you will learn how to do that.
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To get the most out of the training we recommend following prerequisites: