Openstack CI infrastructure Overview

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Openstack CI infrastructure Overview

Openstack is one of the largest OSS projects today with hundreds of commits flowing in daily. This high rate of change requires an advanced CI infrastructure. The purpose of the talk is to provide an overview of this infrastructure, explaining the role of each tool and the pipelines along which changes have to travel before they find their way into the approved Openstack codebase.
Talk delivered by Anton Weiss at Openstack Day Israel 2016 : http://www.openstack-israel.org/#!agenda/cjg9


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GO is now open source!

http://www.go.cd/2014/02/25/go-moving-to-open-source.html

ThoughtWorks have been industry acknowledged experts in everything related to the practices of Continuous Integration and Delivery throughout the last decade. They were the creators of CruiseControl which was a de-facto standard tool for CI before all the new tools arrived. Neverthless their own commercial Conitnous Delivery platform named ‘Go’ has never come close to the popularity of even Bamboo or TeamCity ( not to mention Jenkins ).

Two days ago they announced they are making Go open-source, obviously as an attempt to increase market share. I gave GO a test-drive a couple of years ago and it seemed like a good tool back then. Now it’s open-source I’ll definitely want to look at it again. I promise to update on my impressons.