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eBook Hudson Continuous Integration in Practice download ISBN: 0071804285
Author: Winston Prakash,Ed Burns
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (September 25, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 384
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Ed Burns is currently a consulting engineer at Oracle America, In. where he leads a team of Web experts from across the industry in developing JavaServer Faces Technology through the Java Community Process and in open source. The book doesn't only cover Hudson but it goes well beyond to ensure that the user gets exposed to tools, code snippets, SCM tools, build tools and tests samples. There are extensive examples and best practices discussed in detail.

Best Practices for Implementing Continuous Integration with Hudson . Ed Burns, Winston Prakash. McGraw Hill Professional, 27 сент He is the author of three other books for McGraw-Hill: Secrets of the Rock Star Programmers (2008); JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference.

Best Practices for Implementing Continuous Integration with Hudson Optimize productivity while reducing risk and complexity by adopting a highly agile, "automate everything" software design philosophy. McGraw Hill Professional, 27 сент. He is the author of three other books for McGraw-Hill: Secrets of the Rock Star Programmers (2008); JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference (co-authored with Chris Schalk, 2006); and JavaServer Faces . : The Complete Reference (co-authored with Chris Schalk and Neil Griffin, 2009). Winston Prakash is currently an architect at Oracle Corporation.

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Best Practices for Implementing Continuous Integration with Hudson

Optimize productivity while reducing risk and complexity by adopting a highly agile, "automate everything" software design philosophy. HudsonContinuous Integration in Practice shows you how to streamline and stabilize each process in your development lifecycle. Get expert tips for deploying a Hudson server, managing test and reporting frameworks, using source code management (SCM), and incorporating third-party CI tools. Distributed builds, plugin development, and system administration are also covered in this Oracle Press guide.

Install, configure, and secure HudsonAutomate build, integration, release, and deployment processesSet up jobs and add SCM from the Web-based GUIAdminister QA tools, issue trackers, and build notifiersIncorporate IDEs, browsers, desktops, and mobile devicesPublish Hudson build artifacts to Oracle Middleware utilitiesWork with plug-in manager and develop your own pluginsCreate custom dashboards and organize your jobs with viewsDevelop a custom publisher, recorder, and notifier for your jobs
Comments: (7)
Aradwyn
Excellent Book !!
energy breath
"Hudson Continuous Integration in Practice" targets developers with system admins as a secondary audience. It assumes Java knowledge. It doesn't assume you know any tool in particular that Hudson works with (Ant/Maven, Junit, etc) but it is more helpful if you already know them for more understanding.

I think pieces of the book serve different audiences. You could learn about Hudson on a high level and how to integrate it with different tools. Or you could learn how to write a plugin - something I've found tricky from the documentation online. There are also good tips on maintaining your Hudson instance well. I particularly liked the description of setting up slaves and the description of "containing code."

There were a few places I felt the code could have been edited better. Like AbtractBuil vs AbstractBuild and HTML entities in the Java code. But they didn't get in the way of reading.

One thing I really liked about the book is that it contains something for everyone. For me, the plugin chapters would have made the book worth it all on its own.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing a review.
Samutilar
The book starts with some intros and basic concepts. It is helpful that already here the book strictly uses the terminology of Hudson, e.g. Ant and Maven being Hudson Builders. As a consequence, it's not the authors fault that software configuration management (SCM) and version control system (VCS) is mixed up. These terms are wrongly used by the tools Hudson (and Jenkins) for years.

Introductions to Ant and Maven as well as how to integrate a Maven built project to an IDE, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, NetBeans and JDeveloper, seem to be slightly out of scope for such a book, and the more experienced reader may skip those sections.

Chapters about basic concepts and Hudson to be a continuous integration server do nicely wrap up the context and general feature set of Hudson. Sections about including inspection tools (FindBugs) and code metric and coverage tools (Cobertura) give a good overview, although nowadays I'd definitely recommend to just integrate SonarQube for inspecting and visualizing internal code quality.

Sections on testing are more or less based on Maven built projects. Having covered Artifactory as a binary repository is an as good read as the elaboration on integrating container mocking, with Arquillian. Later chapters explain how to integrate Hudson with your IDE. This seems to be even more interesting than how to integrate a Java project respectively a build tool to your IDE. Nice that different IDEs are covered as well as issue trackers, browsers and desktops.

More advanced topics such as distributed builds follow next. Master/slave architectures and how to set them up are covered comprehensively. Also here it's helpful, especially as a starter kit, to get a concise overview of the subject matter, rather than crawling multiple online docs.

Although they do not dig into every corner, the chapters on plug-in development are surely a highlight of this book, because this topic is rarely or suboptimally covered elsewhere. Some sections on best practices and an appendix with an overview of widely used Hudson plugins close this book.

This book can be a very helpful, comprehense resource for the inexperienced user. It introduces into the nuts and bolts of continuous integration, with Hudson. Many sections are also interesting for more experienced engineers as well. For more details or other aspects, other material may serve as complementary resources. Altogether, a great read, and an excellent one-stop shop for Hudson.
Dikus
This is a very easy to read book and is full of examples.  With this book you will be able to learn to setup Hudson, use it and configure it for any environment you like that is supported.  As a release engineer who worked with a range of different SCM environments and tools I appreciate the way the content has been structure and the depth and breath of what is covered.  I definitely recommended this book as it will take you from basic examples all the way to more advance plugin development with ease.

The book doesn't only cover Hudson but it goes well beyond to ensure that the user gets exposed to tools, code snippets, SCM tools, build tools and tests samples.  There are extensive examples and best practices discussed in detail.   The book goes on to point out scenarios that may not necessarily work in certain circumstances and gives workarounds.

I definitely like the fact that there are many pictures in the book, which makes the material quick to grasp. I also like the fact that it not only has an entire chapter dedicated to plugin development but also one on advance plugin development to ensure that Hudson can be configured to many many different kinds of environments and needs that a user may have. The analogies used throughout are everyday concepts which a reader can easily relate to such as the one used for the committer role in Appendix B. Overall a very solid book.
Ventelone
Ed and Winston's book is designed to meet the needs of both people who have never used Hudson as well as experienced release engineers.

It provides an introduction to installing Hudson and creating simple jobs as well as information about Maven, plug-in development and integration with IDEs.

It also contains information about helpful monitoring tools that integrate directly into your browser or desktop.

The section on Hudson Best Practices is an excellent guide / sanity check for anyone who has to maintain their company's Hudson environment. This section is especially valuable as it provides information that cannot be found in any other single location.