Build with Jenkins in Azure

Create a resource group for Azure Container Instances

Azure Container Instances (ACI) makes it easy for you to get up and running without having to provision virtual machines or adopt a higher-level service. ACI provides per second billing based on the capacity you need; making it a lucrative option for transient workload like spinning up a container agent to run a build, push the build artifacts to say Azure Storage and then shut the agent down when you no longer need it.

Azure Containter Instances must be placed in an Azure resource group. An Azure resource group is a container that holds related resources for an Azure solution.

  1. In Cloud Shell, use the following command to create a resource group called myJenkinsAgentGroup in eastus:

      az group create --name myJenkinsAgentGroup --location eastus

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