OBS and the real cool stuff
How to leverage OBS to the max and see quite undocumented features
Since 2014 Michael Kromer is enthusiastically responsible for the technical architecture of Zarafa as „Vice President Products & Architecure“. Combining user experience and the technical characteristics performance, compatibility and scalability define his daily primary focus. After years in the US military industry as acting CTO until 2008, he switched his activities to serve various leading DAX-listed companies in automotive and banking industry as an IT architect. With his change 2012 to Zarafa as head of professional services in the DACH region, he was responsible for the technical key customer and partner relationships for almost 2 years, before he promoted to take on the technical architecture of Zarafa. As a regular author for various magazines, co-inventor of a storage-patent and various open source contributions Michael Kromer still remains at heart a passionate yet (mostly) socially acceptable IT nerd.
OBS (Open Build Service) is an awesome piece of software which is yet unmatched by other available software suites. This talk shows how Kopano approached the change in their build system, and how they integrated fully fledged build requirements into OBS. From adding real custom distributions such as Collax (just using DEB, without bootstrapping at all) to integrating with Atlassian Stash - All this is possible with OBS and much more. How did we make OBS accessible for Windows users (using osc), how did we make sure we can make a sane structure based on build-time requirements for packages and not just include everything for distribution in the end? Where can I use curl requests, and how are they structured. And did you know there are authentication tokens? This talk delivers the answers to these questions. This talk will include a QA session in the end with the chance to give an answer on many (unfortunately also undocumented) features.
- 2016 June 25 14:00
- 1 h
- openSUSE Conference 2016
- Technology & Development