Call for Presentations
Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) are increasingly widespread throughout the technology sector. As large engineering organizations adopt CI/CD they are often met with scalability challenges. What works for small teams has not proven to work for large teams. This workshop invites practitioners and academics to come together and informally discuss the challenges and opportunities in build, test, and release automation.
This workshop is held as part of ICST 2021 and will be a virtual event.
- Presentations (20 minutes + 5 minutes for questions)
- Panel Discussion
Abstracts for 20 minutes presentations. Abstracts must not exceed 1000 words.
Submission via Easy Chair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cciw2021
- Large Scale Continuous Integration and/or Continuous Delivery
- Flaky Tests and Non-Determinism
- Managing Flaky Tests in CI/CD
- CI/CD for Machine Learning Systems
- CI/CD for hybrid and multi-cloud
- Key Metrics for CI
- CI Dashboard
- Test Selection for CI
- Mutation Testing for CI
- Test Result Prediction
- CI/CD Maturity Models
- Security Measures for CI/CD
- CI/CD for Kubernetes
- Future Evolution of CI/CD
- Move beyond PASS or FAIL (in the context of CI)
- Optimization Techniques for CI/CD
- Automatic Recovery for Build and Test Breakages
- Multi Environment Deployment with CI/CD
- Culprit Finding and Fault Localization (in the context of CI)
- Prevention of Breakages in the trunk/main branch
- Emergency Response using CI/CD
- Using CI/CD with a Monorepo
- Using CI/CD with Many Small Collaborating Repositories
- Version Management in CI/CD
- Dependency Management and Upgrades with CI/CD
- Submission of Abstracts: March 20, 2021 (by midnight AOE)
- Notification of Acceptance: Apr 02, 2021
- Workshop date: Apr 16, 2021
A small Program Committee (PC) will be assembled to review the submitted abstracts. The review process will be a single blind process as we expect that abstracts may reveal the presenter’s corporation, industry, or organization. Each abstract will be reviewed by 3 PC members and rated. The chairs of the PC will then make a final determination on the program for the workshop. The submitters of the rejected abstracts will be strongly encouraged to attend the workshop. All abstracts will receive written feedback and an overall rating along with the committee’s decision.
Given the brevity of the abstracts, the PC may feel it needs more details during the selection process. If so, a PC Chair will contact the author asking for clarifications or elaborations and provide those back to the reviewers.
- Tim A. D. Henderson, Google (Build, Test, Release), Sunnyvale, California, tim DOT tadh AT google’s email service
- John Micco, VMWare, Palo Alto, California, john DOT micco AT google’s email service
- Raja Balusamy, Samsung R&D Institute India, rajasamsung2021 AT google’s email service