|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] CBI - Upcoming changes in Jenkins/JIPP infrastructure|
this is great news! The Xtext project is willing to volunteer for the JIPP migration. Please keep get in contact with us once it is time.
> Am 30.04.2018 um 14:46 schrieb Frederic Gurr <frederic.gurr@eclipse-
> Almost 200 Eclipse projects use the build infrastructure at the Eclipse
> Foundation today and a lot more are coming in the next months, including
> EE4J projects. The IT team has been busy to plan how the infrastructure
> can be scaled and expanded to keep up with the high demand. Improving
> the utilization and efficiency of our current hardware and integrating
> new hardware and cloud resources are the main goals of this effort.
> Therefore I’m glad to announce that CBI will be using CloudBees Jenkins
> Enterprise (CJE) on top of Red Hat’s OpenShift. Setting up the new
> environment has already started and we plan to install CJE at the end of
> What does that mean for Eclipse projects using the CI infrastructure?
> We don’t expect much disruption, and most of projects won’t need to
> change anything to their build settings.
> What’s the plan?
> Starting in a couple of weeks, all new projects will get a CJE JIPP
> instead of a regular JIPP. Soon after, we will start migrating existing
> JIPPs by calling for volunteer guinea pigs. Once this is done and we get
> confident in the process, we will gradually ramp up the migration and
> move all remaining projects over to CJE. There is no set timeline, but
> we aim to move most projects to CJE before the end of the year.
> We will populate the Migration FAQ on the Eclipse wiki
CJE_Migration_FAQ) in the next few days.
> Feel free to let us know if you have any concerns or questions in the
> As part of this effort, we would like to thank both CloudBees and Red
> Hat for their generous donations in the form of software and support.
> Frederic Gurr
> Release Engineer
> Eclipse Foundation
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