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Released Jun 20, 2017

Task output origin tracing, cross-build task inputs comparison, remote build cache nodes, and more.

See what's new in Gradle Enterprise 2017.4.

Accelerate Gradle Builds

The most valuable asset of any software organization is the time and focus of its developers. Gradle Enterprise's build cache has made one team's build 5 times faster by sharing outputs with everyone! See what it can do for you today.

Measure & Optimize

You can't improve what you can't measure. With build scans, your organization can gather deep insights into builds run locally by developers or on CI servers. Leverage this data to reduce outages and continuously improve the speed and reliability of your builds.

Fix Failures Faster

Build scans transform your debugging experience from tedious to tactical. When a build fails, developers can determine the cause quicker than ever before. Changed dependencies, incorrect test assertions, compilation failures, and faulty build logic all jump out in obvious ways.

What are build scans?

Build scans are a record of what happened during a build, that are published to Gradle Enterprise. Each build scan has a unique link that visualizes the information. Developers can view the build scan to quickly get details on issues with their code such as compile or test failures, or share the build scan link with colleagues for collaborative debugging. Build engineers can optimize and debug the build logic using the wealth of performance metrics and environmental content captured in build scans.

Deeper and faster understanding

Understand what happened in your build via a rich web interface instead of a text console and text files. Build scans provide more information, more effectively.

Collaborative debugging

Share build scans with colleagues to efficiently solve problems and improve things together. Share entire scans or links focussed to a particular aspect of the build such as a logging output line.

Better and faster builds

Use the extensive information captured about your build to improve reliability and performance, including incremental build and build cache effectiveness.

Compare and contrast

Build scan comparison quickly highlights differences between builds, such as dependencies and their versions, making root cause analysis much faster.

Build metrics

Track key build metrics for all of your builds, including local development builds and not just CI builds.

Build history

Analyze previous builds when investigating regressions or changes in behavior.

Team perspective

Monitor builds by colleagues to proactively identify problems and improvement opportunities. Learn how your build is actually used day to day.

Extend and customize

Add your own data to build scans as tags, values and links. Integrate build scans into your toolchain.

Real time data export

Export all build data to other systems for ad-hoc analysis in real time via the Export API.

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What is a build cache?

Gradle's build caching feature makes builds faster by reusing the outputs of builds where possible instead of building them again, be it compiled classes, test reports, documentation or anything else that is produced by the build.

Out of the box, Gradle comes with a local build cache that allows reusing outputs from builds on the same machine. The Gradle Enterprise build cache is a central server that enables reusing outputs across different machines. This increases the likelihood of cached outputs being available and making builds faster.

Dramatically faster builds

Reusing build output from a build cache can be significantly faster than performing the build work, particularly when accessing the cache from a fast network.

Easy installation

The Gradle Enterprise build cache comes with a guided installer and admin control panel, making it easy to run and maintain.

Set and forget

Spend more time on your software and less on your build infrastructure by using the Gradle Enterprise build cache.

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