When creating a fresh new Jenkins server is it better to install it on a VM or Docker?
I know that for most situations when you want just one bit of software on a server the answer would be Docker. Because of all it's plugins and their updates it is a rapidly changing piece of software so it feels like this is the exception.
If you were to use a Docker container, I know you can save all the jobs and configurations on external volumes. How would you go about keeping the updated plugins so you won't have to reinstall them if it falls? Is there a better way than Docker commits/images/saves? Those feel like they could quickly become clunky.