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Automated Continuous integration and automated testing: Build and test your software at the same time

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Overview

Is your software development team looking for a way to improve the quality of your software and decrease software delivery time? By using a continuous integration system for software testing, you can get feedback about the quality of a build as soon as possible and reduce software quality risks.

This paper is for anyone in your IT organization who can benefit from adding...

Is your software development team looking for a way to improve the quality of your software and decrease software delivery time? By using a continuous integration system for software testing, you can get feedback about the quality of a build as soon as possible and reduce software quality risks.

This paper is for anyone in your IT organization who can benefit from adding testing into their continuous integration systems: build managers, developers, testers, and managers. Learn about different types of software testing and builds in a continuous integration development environment. You can also learn how developers can take your continuous integration testing systems to the next level by introducing automated testing into your processes—using the HP Application Automation Tools plugin for Jenkins and Hudson continuous integration.

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Introduction
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Who should read this document?
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Testing in CI
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Types of advanced CI tests
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Triggered builds
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Nightly builds
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Weekly builds
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Reporting
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Additional considerations for scheduled builds
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Continuous integration and testing with HP
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What's next?
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For more information
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