We have a multi-service product built in C#.NET. Bamboo builds the individual services, then after they are successfully built, QA manually runs CodeDeploy in AWS.
I was recently tasked with building a smoke/integration testing framework and updating our current workflow to a CI system that implements the testing on each commit. We are already 50% of the way there with Bamboo.
I built a testing framework using C#/Selenium/NUnit(Page Object Model) I have a separate testing solution with it's own Bitbucket repo.
What tools/technologies do I need to use in Bamboo to trigger a Deployment, get a response from AWS that deployment is successful, then trigger a Task to run my C#Selenium solution against that instance. Finally, returning successful or fail(new issue) to the developers via JIRA?
I have watch so many videos and tutorials today... but there is not a single concise way to achieve the above. I'm sort of lost with all of the plugins.
There are probably several ways to compose a CI pipeline for this scenario - here's what I would do (from the top of my head):
Unfortunately we haven't yet documented how to create a JIRA issue from a Lambda function via REST - let me know if you want to get down that path and I'll try to get someone to look into those overdue docs ;)
Could you do me a favor and break down #3 a little more? What tools would you recommend to invoke the integration tests from my Testing Solution against the "Deployed Instance" from #2?
I see I have Selenium Grid options: GridLastic and Charlotte. But they are geared towards JUnit. I don't even know if Charlotte can utilize the C#/Selenium/Nunit testing framework we have created.
GridLastic looks like a good solution. But, it seems very difficult to set it up strictly as a Bamboo Cloud option. *And please keep in mind this is all cloud based. GridLastic seems to work ON the cloud, but ran from a hub/node on a Bamboo Server locally. That isn't really what we are looking for.
@Jeremy Roelfs - I'm not well versed in UI testing, sorry. Accordingly, I recommend to either ask a new question here, or reach out to one of the two vendors that seem to support UI test integration with a Bamboo add-on directly:
I have used neither yet, but X-Ray notably lists NUnit in their Marketplace listing (also requires their JIRA add-on it seems, might be a good thing for your scenario of course).
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