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Tuesday, September 18 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Scaling Network Connections from the Jenkins Master
Large Jenkins installations should use agents to distribute build load. Yet the master can still receive and send lots of data over the network channel to agents, causing scalability issues as build logs, artifacts and test results are streamed. New tools can help you identify protocol-specific load issues coming from the Jenkins core or various plugins. Jenkins core developers are also working on alternate cloud storage for some of this data, permitting it to be streamed directly to or from the agent so that the master need only handle metadata. Come learn how these tools and features can help you manage performance-critical installations.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Glick

Jesse Glick

CloudBees
Jesse has worked on the Jenkins project at CloudBees since 2012. He created the basics of the Pipeline feature with Kohsuke, and continues to work on core architectural concerns in Jenkins including scalability. Jesse has also worked on diverse plugins.
avatar for Oleg Nenashev

Oleg Nenashev

CloudBees
Oleg is an R&D and automation engineer with hardware/embedded background. He started using Jenkins in 2008 and participated in many large-scale automation projects for software and hardware products. In the Jenkins project, Oleg maintains the core, remoting and many plugins. He also... Read More →



Tuesday September 18, 2018 11:15am - 12:00pm
Salon 9