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We use Jenkins to do Continuous Integration Unit Testing, API Testing, and Functional Testing to ensure that the code compiles and operates as intended.
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Plugins to assist with developing, implementing, and automating tests for software

Jenkins QA Process

Due to the lengthy software development life cycle, automated testing has become essential. Nowadays, CI test automation is crucial since it will save time and allow developers to concentrate on testing responsibilities. CI is a crucial component of the agile software development environment that improves the entire workflow and software quality. Automated performance testing with Continuous Integration from Jenkins allows you to detect errors early in the development process and determine the readiness of the build to the next stage process.
We frequently utilize Jenkins, a perfect Java-built automated open-source testing tool, to produce high-quality software. Every time a change is made to the code, the Jenkins CI server executes an automatic build that includes testing, reporting, and other tasks. We may even include performance tests in the CI tool, giving us confidence in the performance-related areas.

Methodology of Work

Jenkins will pull the code as soon as the developer commits it to their source code management (SCM) repositories and begin setting up the build (which also includes compiling, testing the application using automation scripts, and reporting). Tests are run against the application, and test reports are produced. Jenkins will move the revised build into the deployment once the build is complete server based on the test results as configured.

Key Features

Jenkins is a powerful tool for automating various aspects of the software development lifecycle, and it is commonly used for software testing in the context of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. Here are some ways Jenkins can be utilized for software testing:

  1. Automated Testing Integration:
    • Jenkins can be configured to automatically trigger test suites whenever new code changes are committed to a version control system (e.g., Git). This ensures that tests are run consistently and quickly in response to code changes.
    • It supports integration with popular testing frameworks such as JUnit, TestNG, Selenium, and others.
  2. Build Verification Testing:
    • Jenkins can be configured to perform build verification tests as part of the build process. This ensures that the application builds successfully and basic functionality is intact before further stages of the pipeline.
  3. Parallel and Distributed Testing:
    • Jenkins allows for the parallel execution of tests, which can significantly reduce the overall test execution time.
    • It supports distributed builds, allowing tests to be run on multiple machines simultaneously, enabling efficient use of resources.
  4. Integration with Test Reporting Tools:
    • Jenkins can integrate with various test reporting tools to provide detailed reports on test results. This includes generating and displaying reports in different formats, making it easier to analyze test outcomes.
  5. User Acceptance Testing (UAT):
    • Jenkins can be used to automate the deployment of applications to staging or UAT environments, allowing testers to perform acceptance testing on environments that closely resemble production.
  6. Code Quality Analysis:
    • Jenkins can be configured to perform static code analysis and code quality checks using tools like SonarQube or other static analysis tools. This helps in maintaining code quality standards.
  7. Integration with Containerization and Orchestration:
    • Jenkins can be integrated with containerization tools (e.g., Docker) and orchestration platforms (e.g., Kubernetes) to enable the testing of applications within containerized environments.
  8. Scheduled and Triggered Tests:
    • Tests can be scheduled to run at specific times or triggered by events such as code commits, pull requests, or successful builds. This ensures a regular and automated testing process.

To implement testing in Jenkins, you typically define testing steps within the Jenkins pipeline, specifying the test scripts, configurations, and dependencies. Jenkins then executes these steps as part of the CI/CD process.

Jenkins, along with its extensive plugin ecosystem, provides flexibility and customization options to meet the testing requirements of different projects and development environments.

Key advantages of the CI Jenkins test

  • can do the checks at the appointed time
  • Show information about test failure trends.
  • Better test coverage with each code release lowers the chance of performance deterioration

Jenkins Automated Testing Advantages

  • aids in hastening the growth process
  • prevents turmoil at release dates at the last minute
  • Get quick feedback on the written code

We have a committed group of QA experts that are skilled in configuring Jenkins. Also, we have become more comfortable with CI for Online and mobile applications.

We can assist your company in comparing newly developed or updated apps to performance requirements. Email Us if you’d like to engage our performance testers or outsource your performance testing requirements.

AURORA iTech specializes in Jenkins QA for Mobile, & Web Application development for all business sectors.

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