Inria Continuous Integration service will be down Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 to allow maintenance of the service.
Jenkins servers operating systems will be upgraded and some security improvements will be applied.
The service should be back at the end of the day.
Replace “ big and long ” integration phases (especially at the end of the project) with “ small and frequent ” ones. The idea is to work with small increments as explained here. This way, you will have more time to focus on added value tasks.
Get a rapid feedback on your project (just like a health check up)! The quality of the checkup will depend of the quality of your tests, so pay attention to them!
The platform is designed to provide on-demand Continuous Integration projects (powered by Jenkins) with a strong integration with a dedicated cloud to easily and quickly run jobs on various architectures / OS.
An integrated cloud powered by CloudStack is available. It allows you to manage (create, update, delete) workers needed to execute jobs. Fully-integrated templates are provided by administrators but you can also create and share your own templates with the community.