JUC 2012: Herzliya
HP Operations Orchestration is a product with a large support matrix. We support six operating systems, six databases, five application servers and five browsers - all together, 900 combinations!
This session explains how Red Hat virtualization management development teams solved the problem of running automated tests. These tests required a complex and scalable matrix of resoucers such as virtual machines, storage devices, bare metal hosts, network and other miscellaneous needs.
A practical guide, gluing CI & ops methodologies for development. The presentation will walk through a specific use case: that of utilizing Jenkins with the Multi Job Plugin, an Artifactory repository and private cloud infrastructure.
Plugins are a crucial part of Jenkins CI and have become a prominent backbone of the community. Almost every team’s got an “itch to scratch” in their build routine and, as will be demonstrated in this talk, creating a powerful plugin has never been easier.
Israeli Direct Insurance (IDI) is one of the biggest insurance companies in Israel. One of the most challenging tasks we face is in the field of continuous integration. Our solution to address CI challenges is Jenkins and we have been using it for the last four years.
You’re already using CI in your projects, but what about your mobile apps? Get familiar with CI in the mobile world, know the tools for unit and functional testing, get exposure to some of the Jenkins mobile plugins and discover how to deploy your mobile application automatically.
Taking traditional Java server-side applications to the multi-tenant cloud introduces lots of challenges. In this session, we share our experience of creating a SaaS offering, currently used successfully by the Java community.
Quality On Submit is a software quality process which provides qualification of an end-to-end product scenario using various testing types. The process delivers instant transparency for the quality of each new code check, supporting the implementation team to deliver on quality.
Deployment to production is the end result and purpose of continuous integration.
The Jenkins XML API provides another great way of retrieving build data for external processing and presentation. It can also be used to recursively collect data from a flow of jobs. In this session, I will present how we’ve been using it to provide our users with valuable build information.