Tuesday, September 18 • 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Managing Hundreds of Jenkins Instances at the Eclipse Foundation
The Eclipse Foundation offers many services to its projects. Among others, it offers a build infrastructure supporting them in building, testing, deploying and delivering software. The setup is currently composed of about 200 Jenkins instances. So far the administration of this on-premise build farm was mostly done manually, supported with custom shell scripts and Puppet. In order to get better performance, to better utilize the existing hardware and to reduce the maintenance effort, the Eclipse Foundation is currently migrating to CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise. This talk will focus on the challenges and the solutions of migrating our build farm to a Kubernetes cluster-based platform.

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Mikaël Barbero

Eclipse Foundation
Mikaël Barbero is a passionate software engineer. He started programming at the age of 10 with BASIC and hasn't stopped since. After having led and contributed to many Eclipse project (especially in the modeling area), he is now a senior Eclipse platform developer and is also taking... Read More →
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Frederic Gurr

Eclipse Foundation
Frederic Gurr is a Java developer by trade and loves open sourcesoftware. He started to use Hudson/Jenkins almost 10 years ago andbecame a contributor in 2011. He currently works as a release engineerat the Eclipse Foundation

Tuesday September 18, 2018 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Golden Gate Ballroom A