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June 24–26, 2019
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Tuesday, June 25 • 15:05 - 15:40
Dealing with Verification Data Overload - Lan Xia & Renfei Wang, IBM

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Massive amounts of test logs and console output are generated each day at the AdoptOpenJDK and Eclipse OpenJ9 projects because of the huge number of tests multiplied by the number of versions, platforms and implementations tested. This 'noise' from daily, personal, and pull request builds require processing in order to consume and make sense of it. In some cases, we can instrument the test code to be less verbose. In all cases, this raw data need to be refined effectively to understand what next action to take.

This presentation covers our approaches to the application of data visualization, filtering, and categorization. We are also trying to employing relevant technologies such as deep learning. Our ultimate goal is to display the results efficiently, allow users to quickly narrow down the problems and better monitor the farm to support the complex continuous delivery pipelines.

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Lan Xia

Software Developer, IBM
Lan Xia is a team lead in Functional Verification Team in IBM Runtime Technologies. As a software developer for over 10 years, she has extensive experience in software development, web development and test management. She is a committer on the open source project - Eclipse OpenJ9... Read More →

Renfei Wang

Software Developer, IBM
Renfei Wang is an enthusiastic software developer at IBM Runtime Technologies. With strong technical skills in multiple programming languages and cross platform software development, he provides functional verification solutions and support for various runtime components, including... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 15:05 - 15:40 CST