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Continuous Integration - Does it scale?

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"Continuous Integration - Does it scale?"

My presentation at ACCU 2011 in Oxford (2011-04-16) explores whether Continuous Integration setups can scale across many commits / committers, many platforms, and many branches.

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  • 1. Continuous Integration Does it scale? Dirk Haun, ACCU 2011
  • 2. CI is a good idea
  • 3. Start early
  • 4. CI Server
  • 5. Platforms
  • 6. 28
  • 7. many many manycommits platforms branches
  • 8. 20 Commits / Day40302010
  • 9. QuickCheck
  • 10. "Dont check inon a broken build"
  • 11. Many platforms
  • 12. Differences in compilers
  • 13. Differences in test results
  • 14. Whats our status?
  • 15. Thats not so bad
  • 16. Visualisation
  • 17. 92 %Better visualisation?
  • 18. Multi-platform setupisnt a problem
  • 19. Keeping test casesin sync
  • 20. Visualisation is a problem
  • 21. Getting to anall-green state
  • 22. Move to The Cloud?
  • 23. Illustration taken from the article "Großbaustelle", ct magazine 23/2009, used with kind permission of Heise Zeitschriften Verlag
  • 24. Unavoidable?
  • 25. Conclusion?
  • 26. So, does CI scale?
  • 27. technically, yes
  • 28. mind set -not so much
  • 29. Comments?
  • 30. CreditsWindows 7 "elephants" illustration (slide #29)(C) Heise Zeitschriften Verlag, used with permissionJenkins logo by The FrontSide,Traffic Lights clipart from clker.com,Screenshots and infographics by Dirk Haun / Compart AG,"all in the detial -1" (slide #16) by myles davidson from stock.xchngAll other photos from Flickr. In order of appearance:"Forth Rail Bridge" by Bert Kaufmann,"Chambered Nautilus Shell - detail" by Jitze Couperus,"Little programmer" by Scott & Elaine van der Chijs,"Lego Lib" by Dirk Haun,"IBM System/360 Mainframe" by Erik Pitti,"I Broke The Build" by Dirk Haun,"Going nowhere fast" by Nathan E,"broken glass 2" by Jussi,"A Wild Question" by [F]oxymoron,"Quality Street" by Richard Moross,"El Libro del Dragón" by Javier Aroche,"Changed Priorities Ahead sign" by Redvers,"Quality Street ®" by Alex Brown,"Synchronized Swimming Practice" by Jackie,"AIDs and Cultural Drivers" by Eric Charlton,"Alone" by Kevin Collins,"theory" by Toshihiro Oimatsu,"Clouds / Building" by Peter Kaminski,"Fork in the road" by Kai Hendry,"38/365 Puzzled" by Mykl Roventine,"Server porn" by Paul Hammond, Presentation:"Nicole" by Alessandro Valli, Dirk Haun"entrevue radio" by Andréanne Germain,"Thank You" by margherita j. l. lisoni for designfastidio

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