Introducing Continuous Delivery means to automate the delivery process and to release our application frequently. This way, we improve the reliability of the release process, reduce the risk and get feedback faster. However, setting up a Continuous Delivery pipeline can be difficult in the beginning. In this step by step tutorial I will show you how to configure a simple Continuous Delivery pipeline using Git, Docker, Maven and Jenkins.
In this example, we will use a Docker client to remotely install and set up the swarm cluster. Docker client can be your laptop or a host with Docker installed. If you are using your laptop as Docker client, make sure that other nodes are reachable from your laptop.
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