King Arthur, or simply Arthur, is an open source tool designed to schedule Perceval executions at scale through distributed Redis queues. It also provides support to store the data obtained to an ElasticSearch database, thus giving the possibility to connect the results with analysis and/or visualizations tools, such as the Bitergia analytics dashboards.
Graal is an open source tool to conduct customizable, scalable and incremental analysis of source code I’ve been working on as a side project to the work I am doing in Bitergia with GrimoireLab. Let’s have a look it.
We have some exciting news! The Analytics Dashboards are being upgraded to our latest Kibiter release based on Kibana 6.1.0. This new version will allow our customers to enjoy new visualizations, new metrics and a new security layer. Everything 100% open source software.
Join Bitergia at Open Expo Europe 2018, the largest professional event within Free, Libre, Open Source Software and Open world economy sector in Spain. This year, OpenExpo18 will take place on the 6th and 7th of June in Madrid.
One more year, we attended to our traditional visit to FOSDEM and celebrated our classic GrimoireCon, which this year has become into CHAOSSCon! We want to share with you our experience with a recap from CHAOSSCon and also from the talks some of us gave at FOSDEM.
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Our week in LA for the Open Source Summit North America was not only about CHAOSS.
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OPNFV is one of the open source projects hosted by Linux Foundation and we have been working for them for almost a year, deploying and maintaining a Metrics Grimoire based Bitergia Dashbobard and detailed quarterly reports. But, meanwhile, we have been developing the new GrimoireLab toolkit, so we have some new things to show in Berlin for our OPNFV friends…
We have built a GrimoireLab based dashboard for OPNFV, but with some extra goodies!