|https://identity.linuxfoundation.org||The Linux Foundation identity management web site.|
|https://jira.linuxfoundation.org/servicedesk/customer/portals||The Linux Foundation release engineering team's service desk.|
|https://gerrit.acumos.org||The Gerrit code review server hosts the Git repositories and supports the review, merge and release processes. The review process basically requires all users to follow something like a conventional git pull-request process, but restricts the publication (push) of private branches.|
|https://jenkins.acumos.org||Jenkins is the continuous-integration server aka the build server. All users can see the contents of the Jenkins; no users can modify the configuration nor start a job in this Jenkins.|
|https://jenkins.acumos.org/sandbox||The Jenkins sandbox is a place for testing Jenkins job configurations. After requesting access, users can create jobs, reconfigure jobs, trigger builds etc. After JJB templates have been tested in the sandbox they can be submitted for the main Jenkins server.|
|https://jira.acumos.org||Jira is the web site that tracks issues, epics, stories, etc.|
This Nexus 2 repository holds Maven (i.e., jar) artifacts produced by builds. Snapshot and staging builds are all deployed to this repository. Release artifacts are created by promoting artifacts manually from the staging repository after suitable approval. Publicly accessible to users without credentials. All users should be able to access and browse artifacts through this URL.
This Nexus 3 server publishes external and internal Docker images. Supports the following registries:
These registries are open for anonymous read access. The Jenkins server has credentials to push images to the snapshot and staging registries, and to promote images to the release registry. Manual push of images is not supported.
|https://sonar.acumos.org||Sonar analyzes Java code for quality issues and code coverage achieved by unit tests (JUnit).|