Friday, April 20, 2007

Spring Framework utilise Bamboo pour ses builds continus

Over the last couple of weeks, fellow i21 employee Costin Leau and I have been working on improving the Continuous Integration processes of the Spring projects. When we started, we had separate builds running in Cruise Control, Continuum, and even a custom cron job. We were having some trouble getting any of our existing tools to give us what we wanted on all of the builds, when both Costin and I independently came upon Atlassian's new product Bamboo.

I won't give a complete feature list of Bamboo here, but I want to mention a couple of things that really sealed it for us. The main thing is the incredible visibility into the projects. Using Bamboo we're easily able to keep track of build times and failure rates which allows us have an overall view of the health of the project.

Project Statistics
Build History
Test Statistics

I'd love to hear any comments on your experiences with Bamboo, other build tools, or improvements you'd like to see in the Spring configuration management department.

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