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A lightning talk on why you should put your Continuous Integration environment in the cloud.

A lightning talk on why you should put your Continuous Integration environment in the cloud.

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  • CI in the skyBuild farms in the cloud John  Ferguson  Smart Email:  john.smart@wakaleo.com Web:  h<p://www.wakaleo.com Twi<er:  wakaleo
  • Continuous Integration The Need For Speed
  • Why so slow?
  • Continuous Integration Quick build results Quick feedback Quick fixes
  • So where’s the bottleneck? TO BUILD
  • Can’t I just add more build machines? Yes you can!
  • What’s wrong with my machines?
  • New machines are hard to obtain
  • You pay for idle capacity
  • Still overloaded during peak periods
  • So why use the cloud?
  • On-call servers
  • Fast, predictable build times
  • Elastic capacity
  • Pay for what you use
  • You go faster!
  • Things to consider Make your infrastructure available
  • Things to consider Letting go
  • Options, options options
  • Thank you! John  Ferguson  Smart Email:  john.smart@wakaleo.com Web:  h<p://www.wakaleo.com Twi<er:  wakaleo