Utilize este identificador para referenciar este registo: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/15108
Título: Incremental compilation and deployment for OutSystems Platform
Autor: Pires, Miguel Carvalho
Orientador: Seco, João
Ferrão, Lúcio
Palavras-chave: Incremental deployment
Incremental compiler
Deployment pipeline
OutSystems
Large projects
Data de Defesa: Fev-2014
Resumo: OutSystems Platform is used to develop, deploy, and maintain enterprise web an mobile web applications. Applications are developed through a visual domain specific language, in an integrated development environment, and compiled to a standard stack of web technologies. In the platform’s core, there is a compiler and a deployment service that transform the visual model into a running web application. As applications grow, compilation and deployment times increase as well, impacting the developer’s productivity. In the previous model, a full application was the only compilation and deployment unit. When the developer published an application, even if he only changed a very small aspect of it, the application would be fully compiled and deployed. Our goal is to reduce compilation and deployment times for the most common use case, in which the developer performs small changes to an application before compiling and deploying it. We modified the OutSystems Platform to support a new incremental compilation and deployment model that reuses previous computations as much as possible in order to improve performance. In our approach, the full application is broken down into smaller compilation and deployment units, increasing what can be cached and reused. We also observed that this finer model would benefit from a parallel execution model. Hereby, we created a task driven Scheduler that executes compilation and deployment tasks in parallel. Our benchmarks show a substantial improvement of the compilation and deployment process times for the aforementioned development scenario.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/15108
Designação: Dissertação
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