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Thursday, August 31 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Pipelines At Scale: How Big, How Fast, How Many?

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How many Jenkins pipelines can I run at once? What limits the speed and scale? How can I make my pipelines run faster?

To answer these questions and more, I’ll draw on a mix of large-scale user cases, testing environments, theory and micro-benchmarks.

This talk will bring together several areas of interest to users trying to run very large Jenkins instances with Jenkins Pipeline…or very small, resource-constrained instances!

Topics for discussion:
- Resource use: memory, storage I/O and CPU use
- Specific bottlenecks: code vs. framework vs. data persistence
- Hardware demands and systems tuning
- What makes things faster?

To answer these speed and scalability questions, we will draw from four different sets of data:
- Field observations assisting with some of the largest-scale Pipeline users
- Data collected from a pipeline scalability lab environment
- Programming work on pipeline internals, to cover theory and implementations
- Microbenchmarks of use-cases and specific implementation components.

Understanding these concepts will help you estimate resource needs for instances AND reduce them.

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Sam Van Oort

Software Engineer, CloudBees
Sam Van Oort is a software engineer with CloudBees and a Jenkins contributor. His work focuses on the Pipeline plugins, Docker, Jenkins native packaging (part-time maintainer), and its Dockerized package test automation (author). He previously worked at Red Hat in a role that gav... Read More →

Thursday August 31, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Salon 9
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