Playing with Test Microservices

Recently, I had the good fortune to speak (fondly!) about some excellent open-source projects that I participate in... AdoptOpenJDK, Eclipse OpenJ9 and Eclipse OMR.  Across those three projects, we are trying to simplify the activity of testing. Read more

GitHub Pages with Cloudflare

GitHub Pages offers the ability to host static websites from a GitHub Repository and it can be linked to CloudFlare using a custom domain name. Though it does not support SSL on custom domains, we can use CloudFlare Universal SSL to allow our users to access the website over SSL. Read more

SSH Key Management with KeyBox

Any project with more than a handful of machines will appreciate how much work is required to maintain them and ensure that access is kept to the minimum number of people. When we started creating our build farm we quickly realised how time-consuming this could be and so we wanted to find a neat solution to save us some time. One of the biggest issues that we found was giving people temporary access to machines. We would often find that the access was never revoked and this therefore became an administrators nightmare. Read more

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