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18-22 May 2015
1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University
EST5EDT timezone
Registration and Abstract Submission Now Open!

Moving towards Continuous Delivery

May 21, 2015, 9:30 AM
15m
1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University

1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University

15 minute contribution Services

Speaker

Dr Martin Konrad (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams)

Description

The complexity of the FRIB control system requires high code quality while, particularly during the commissioning phase, short turn-around times are desirable. We will present the status of our efforts moving towards automated software builds, deploying and managing FRIB's controls infrastructure. The tools used in this process include a revision control system (Git), software packaging (for Debian), continuous integration services (Jenkins), configuration management (Puppet) and automatically installed virtual machines for development (Vagrant).

Primary author

Dr Martin Konrad (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams)

Presentation Materials