I saw in the documentation that it was possible to run automated tests in parallel with Bamboo but I didn't see any information about how to set this up for .Net. For example, I don't understand how you would organize the tests into batches. I saw that in Java this is dependent on a 3rd party testing tool. I was wondering how this works in .Net.
Stages run sequentially, jobs inside of stage can run in parrallel in the resources (local agents) are available, tasks in side of jobs run sequentially.
Here is an example layout
Stage 1 - Build - Has one job - job can have multiple tasks
Stage 2 - Test - Has x jobs each run a unique set of tests
Depending on how you implement the test batches you make want a third stage to display the tests. If you simply have different jobs for a list of tests or different categories then you could run the test task; if you used something like powershell to evenly divided your tests to your x # of jobs then you will write to a .trx or likewise file and will probably want to third stage to display the test results.
Stage 3 - Display Tests - Has one job - Optional task to combine results then one task to display or x task to display x # of results.
Stage 4, etc. Deploy, Archive, etc. whatever you want to follow tests. Optional of course.
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