Sitewhere Port to Bazel
|Brian O’Reilly |
|October 2, 2019|
SUM Global Technology announces Port of SiteWhere to Bazel
Alpharetta, GA, October 2, 2019 – As part of our Google Bazel Partnership, SUM Global Technology has completed an experimental port of the SiteWhere open source project from Gradle to Bazel. The port proved the speed and correctness of Bazel, running several times faster than its Gradle build. Bazel’s Starlark language allowed the team to easily mimic the functionality of Gradle plugins.
SUM Global Technology did the original port of the SiteWhere build from Maven to Gradle. This is a complex build with many moving parts. It was a perfect candidate to validate the power and speed of Bazel.Chip Dickson – SUM Global CTO
We were impressed by how quickly the SUM Global team was able to adapt our existing Gradle build process to use Bazel. SiteWhere has a complex build process and the impressive result speaks to the talent of the SUM Global team and the flexibility of the Bazel offering.Derek Adams – SiteWhere Chief Architect
SUM Global Technology is an IT services firm headquartered in Alpharetta, GA that specializes in helping clients implement new technology. (www.SUMGlobal.com)
SiteWhere is developed by SiteWhere, LLC, a company based in Atlanta, GA. SiteWhere is the Open Platform for the Internet of Things. (www.sitewhere.com/)If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Brian O’Reilly at 678.984.4547 or email BOReilly@SUMGlobal.com.