Should we be using Jenkins for our Kubernetes CI/CD pipeline needs in 2021?

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  • GitHub repo kubernetes-plugin

    Jenkins plugin to run dynamic agents in a Kubernetes/Docker environment

    https://github.com/jenkinsci/kubernetes-plugin/ to run agents as pods

  • GitHub repo helm-charts

    Jenkins community Helm charts (by jenkinsci)

    https://github.com/jenkinsci/helm-charts/tree/main/charts/jenkins Using offical chart

  • OPS

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  • GitHub repo website

    The Flux website and user documentation (by fluxcd)

    Here is the PR in case you want to give it a review! I would be very appreciative of any feedback or suggestions you are willing to make https://github.com/fluxcd/website/pull/274

  • GitHub repo actions-runner-controller

    Kubernetes controller for GitHub Actions self-hosted runners

    Yes I have configured action runners on k8 using this repo https://github.com/actions-runner-controller/actions-runner-controller , if you set it up right it works like a charm.

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