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SAK-44696 setup Github Actions to replace Travis-CI (#8828)

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Update .travis.yml (#7582)

Update .travis.yml

Switching Travis build Oracle JDK to OpenJDK (#5510)

Switching Travis build Oracle JDK to OpenJDK (#5510)

Switching Travis build Oracle JDK to OpenJDK

SAK-32095 Travis use newer jdk 8 version (#3772)

Remove settings.xml so it doesn't interfere with builds (#3176)

Because settings.xml defines a bunch of repos that aren't updated, we should just remove it before the build starts

Remove settings.xml so it doesn't interfere with builds

Because settings.xml defines a bunch of repos that aren't updated, we should just remove it before the build starts

Revert update to .travis.yml

Didn't intend to commit this to master yet, still testing.

Update .travis.yml

It looks like travis defines a lot of extra repos in their settings.xml. We are skipping codehaus from https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/4629 but should just skip that entire profile

Don't cache artifacts from our own build. (#3121)

Artifacts that are part of our own build shouldn't be cached. This should make the travis caches small but also help us detect build issues that would fail against a clean repository.

SAK-31309 Fix builds warnings on travis-ci (#2813)

SAK-31309 Fix builds warnings on travis-ci (#2813)

Make the travis log under the 10,000 line limit.

When building with travis-ci you can't see the build output in the web if it's more than 10,000 lines or 4MB. To reduce the ammount of output but still get progress indicators so the build doesn't timeout we change the logging setup. Now errors are show but much less info level logging is shown.

NOJIRA Increasing our memory to maven.

travis-ci.org is currently still using maven 3.2 which doesn't read the .mvn folder for JVM options.

JVMs typically limit themselves to 1/4 of the available memory which on travis-ci is 3Gb so we're only getting about 768MB of available heap which is causing intermittent build failures.

Update travis to build with Java 8

SAK-25903 Update travis to build with Java 8

INFRSTR-310 Switch back to container builds.

Downloading from oss.sonatype.org should be fixed according to: https://issues.sonatype.org/browse/OSSRH-13718

NOJIRA Switching away from Docker builds.

This is because HTTP urls aren't coming back correctly when downloading from oss.sonatype.org when running in a container.

https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/3174

INFRSTR-310 Switch to the a container based build.

This allows us to use the travis container based builds which allows us to cache the ~/.m2 folder so that we don't download all the dependencies and all of maven every time the build runs.

Added test travis file.