It improves our release. It makes the release faster by adding an automated deploy and automation tests.
The bug fix speed is very slow.
More than six years.
Some plugins have critical bugs and are not able to be used.
Most of time, Jenkins is works well. But when you scale up, you need an administrator to manage Jenkins.
You need an internal admin for Jenkins.
I feel it is pretty easy to set up Docker in my local computer.
I do not have experience installing Jenkins on the company-wide used server yet, because I am not an Ops/Admin. I am a user of Jenkins.
Yes. CircleCI and TeamCity.
It meets most of my requirements, such as CI/CD pipeline and an automated test execution. Even if there are some issues in Jenkins and its plugins, Jenkins provides the workaround ability to us. Other CI/CD system are not flexible like Jenkins yet. Also Jenkins provides an API, which you can integrate easily into your application.
When you have more jobs in Jenkins, find an admin to manage the user, queues, jobs, slaves, etc.
I highly recommend Jenkins. It is my favourite CI/CD system.