GIVE US 30 DAYS, AND WE’LL CUT YOUR AVERAGE BUILD TIMES IN HALF
Experience the FREE Gradle Enterprise Proof of Value 30-Day Trial.
The Gradle Enterprise Trial will provide an eye-opening and energizing experience and exposure to the next-generation of build engineering technology. You can expect:
|Direct access to Gradle Enterprise build and test engineering experts|
|To learn the basics on how to become a developer productivity engineer with free consulting and insights|
|Verifiable results using your own data including a 50% reduction in average build times in 30 days|
What does the Gradle Enterprise trial process look like?
- You register by completing the trial request form.
- Gradle will respond with a request to accept the trial license agreement.
- Gradle will assign a trial project manager and solutions engineer, set expectations for your time commitment, and explain installation requirements
- You will secure resources including (1) a champion that can dedicate ½ day per week on the trial, (2) the participation of developers knowledgeable about your build and potentially DevOps engineers, and (3) a server.
- Gradle will walk you through our on-premises installation options, as well as configuration settings for backups and data retention, authentication and authorization, and build cache topology.
- Your 30-day trial period will start officially once installation and configuration is complete.
- We will connect all local and CI builds to Gradle Enterprise, integrate and customize build scans to model your developer workflow, and capture your current build performance and reliability baselines using your own data.
- We will work together to demonstrate the value of Gradle Enterprise in priority areas. This may include:
- Reducing local and CI build and test time by optimizing build caching for developer and CI Builds and implementing Distributed Testing
- Minimizing troubleshooting time for detecting and fixing flaky tests and other avoidable failures
- Identifying and remediating longer-term performance regressions using Trends & Insight