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currently we are evaluating Bamboo.
The option of running Agents within Docker containers sounds appealing to us.
One question is left open:
- is an Agent within a Docker container always considered as a remote agent?
The idea is to deploy the Docker containers on the same host as Bamboo (as for the start not a big rush to Bamboo usage is expected).
If the Docker container counts generally as a remote agent the license "1 remote agent, unlimited local agents" would probably not suffice.
If the container is counter as a local agent it would suit the need.
Thanks in advance!