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Oracle upgrades Hudson’s infrastructure machines

March 6, 2012

Whilst the core Hudson project is moving to the Eclipse Foundation its plugin infrastructure is being housed on a new dedicated machine infrastructure provided by Oracle Corporation.

Last weekend the wiki along with the JIRA issue server and Hudson on Hudson were moved from the original Sun provided machines to their new powerful home by the Hudson team at Oracle.

Hudson-on-Hudson has a new dedicated host with two slaves each with 16GB of memory. For the wiki and JIRA and Crowd servers a new machine with a whopping 32GB memory is up and running.

The JIRA issue server will continue to be the main entry point for plugin-related issues whilst the history of core issues will be maintained there and synchronised with the Eclipse Bugzilla going forward. In general we encourage the hudson community to start using the new Eclipse Wiki for future documentation efforts, but again the existing re-hosted wiki will be retained for historical purposes.

This fab new machine infrastructure ensures that Hudson and its plugin infrastructure are future-proofed and ready for growth over the coming years as more and more enterprise users come on board.


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