Green Coding on Mac When we started with the Green Metrics Tool (GMT) we set out to develop tooling to enable developers, decision makers and the wider public to measure and see the impact software is having on the environment. [...]
You do not know about our Eco-CI project yet? Than read up here about it: Eco-CI project As we mentioned in a previous blog article, we’ve been thinking of ways to make CI pipelines more energy efficient. [...]
You do not know about our Eco-CI project yet? Than read up here about it: Eco-CI project One question we’ve been tinkering around with here at Green Coding Berlin is how can we make CI pipelines around the world a little bit greener. [...]
A detailed blog article is yet to come, but for everyone who follows our blog only and not our repositories we wanted to highlight that we open sourced the new XGBoost variant of the SPECPower estimation model for cloud workloads on github. [...]
Last week we have been on the SDIA event for sustainble software and held a workshop on measuring the energy digital products.
We presented approchaes where you measure the energy either with tool like Scaphandre or the Green Metrics Tool as well as approaches for restricted environments like the cloud. [...]