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Tuesday, September 17 • 11:45am - 12:35pm
How OpenStack Improves Code Quality with Project Gating and Zuul - James E. Blair, OpenStack

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The OpenStack CI team developed Zuul to manage its project gating system. Gating is a process where every change, after passing code review, is automatically tested and merged only if it passes the test suite. Zuul is a flexible, general purpose system to integrate Gerrit code review and Jenkins and can be used for project automation purposes beyond gating. Driven by a simple, readable YAML file, Zuul has a set of basic concepts that can be combined to make very powerful automation pipelines. Zuul can perform speculative execution of tests on multiple dependent changes in parallel to keep merges happening quickly for large gated projects.

Developers and test engineers can expect to learn how theOpenStack projects uses these tools and techniques, and how they can be applied
to their own projects.

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James E. Blair

IBM
James is a founding member of the OpenStack Project Infrastructure team. He has been instrumental in creating OpenStack's development process and now works for the OpenStack Foundation continuing to develop the infrastructure needed for a growing project. He has been active in free software for quite some time, and has previously worked for UC Berkeley and the Free Software Foundation. OpenStack presentations at LCA 2012 and... Read More →


Tuesday September 17, 2013 11:45am - 12:35pm
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