Content tagged with: continuous integration
Cloud Foundry dramatically simplifies the work necessary to build deployment pipelines for continuous delivery. In this talk we’ll look at the benefits of building deployment pipelines with Cloud Foundry, some anti-patterns to watch out for, and how you can practice continuous delivery when making changes to the infrastructure code of Cloud Foundry itself.
This short video demonstrates how to use the Autoscaling and CloudWatch services available in Eucalyptus to dynamically scale your Jenkins continuous integration environment.
Learn about Salesforce’s diversified software testing automation strategy, which spans both the public cloud and a private VM farm. Salesforce engineers will present an overview of how Jenkins is augmenting their existing CI runner and decreasing cycle time.
Continuous integration is a software development practice in which members of a team integrate their work frequently; usually each person integrates at least daily which leads to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible. Continuous integration, especially in the early stage of development process, can greatly improve the efficiency and help find potential issues as soon as possible.
Jinesh Varia is a Technology Evangelist at Amazon. He discusses automating continuous integration, continuous deployment and continuous optimization in the context of using cloud computing services.
Using everything learned about continuous integration (CI) at Atlassian, this video explains how to maximize throughput and reduce latency in your test pipeline. It also introduces the Hadoop Cluster Bamboo Agent capable of massively and automatically scaling up the amount of compute power available for continuous integration on Bamboo.
Netflix has moved its production services from being completely datacenter-based, to being primarily cloud-based in a little over a year. This video briefly explains why they did it and why they chose Amazon’s AWS.
This video shows how to provisioning a Hudson Continuous Integration server in the cloud with CI in a Box.
CI in a Box is a virtual machine that works with Amazon’s EC2.
This video features all of DevOps Track speakers at Cloud Connect 2011: Andrew Shafer – Cloud Scaling, Teyo Tyree – Puppet Labs, Alex Honor – DTO Solutions / Rundeck Project, James Urquhart – Cisco, Juan Paul Ramirez – Shopzilla, Lloyd Taylor – ngmoco.
In this blog post, Emiliano Lesende shows us how to build a Mule iON application that does continuous integration of Maven-based projects. The application connect to a database hosted at MongoHQ that contains the list of applications to continuously integrate, then it connects to their GitHub repositories, perform a clone of them locally and then invoke Maven to actually build them.