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janky - Continuous integration server built on top of Jenkins and Hubot

  •    Ruby

This is Janky, a continuous integration server built on top of Jenkins, controlled by Hubot, and designed for GitHub.Built on top of Jenkins. The power, vast amount of plugins and large community of the popular CI server all wrapped up in a great experience.

jenkins-material-theme - Beautify your Jenkins with the Material Design theme!

  •    Javascript

Beautify your Jenkins with the Material Design theme!

django-jenkins - Plug and play continuous integration with django and jenkins

  •    Python

This will create reports/ directory with junit xml, Coverage and Pylint reports. If present, it is supposed to be a list/tuple of django apps for Jenkins to run. Tests, reports, and coverage are generated only for the apps from this list.




taurus - Automation-friendly framework for Continuous Testing by

  •    Python

Hides the complexity of performance and functional tests with an automation-friendly convenience wrapper. Taurus relies on JMeter, Gatling, Locust.io, Grinder and Selenium WebDriver as its underlying tools. Free and open source under Apache 2.0 License. More detailed instructions for Linux, Mac OS and Windows available here.

danger-js - ⚠️ Stop saying "you forgot to …" in code review

  •    TypeScript

Formalize your Pull Request etiquette. Danger runs after your CI, automating your team's conventions surrounding code review.


newman - Newman is a command-line collection runner for Postman

  •    Javascript

Supercharge your API workflow Modern software is built on APIs. Postman helps you develop APIs faster. Newman is a command-line collection runner for Postman. It allows you to effortlessly run and test a Postman collection directly from the command-line. It is built with extensibility in mind so that you can easily integrate it with your continuous integration servers and build systems.

doony - UI Improvements for Jenkins

  •    Javascript

Doony is a series of UI improvements on top of Jenkins. Install this to make your Jenkins user experience much better. As of Jenkins version 1.570, some themes from Doony are getting merged back into the main project. Doony version 2.0 works with these updated themes.

DotCi - DotCi Jenkins github integration, .ci.yml http://groupon.github.io/DotCi

  •    Java

Brings ease of build configuration of cloud ci systems like travisci and ease of runtime environment configuration of docker to jenkins.

ansible-role-jenkins - Ansible Role - Jenkins CI

  •    Groovy

Installs Jenkins CI on RHEL/CentOS and Debian/Ubuntu servers. Requires curl to be installed on the server. Also, newer versions of Jenkins require Java 8+ (see the test playbooks inside the tests/ directory for an example of how to use newer versions of Java for your OS).

DeepFence - Identify vulnerabilities in running containers, images, hosts and repositories

  •    Go

Deepfence ThreatMapper helps you to monitor and secure your running applications, in Cloud, Kubernetes, Docker, and Fargate Serverless. ThreatMapper scans your platforms and identifies pods, containers, applications, and infrastructure. Use ThreatMapper to discover the topology of your applications and attack surface. It obtains manifests of dependencies from running pods and containers, serverless apps, applications, and operating system. ThreatMapper matches these against vulnerability feeds to identify vulnerable components.

cucumber-reporting - HTML reports for Cucumber

  •    Java

Provides pretty html reports for Cucumber. It works by generating html from the cucumber json file.

Selunit - Selenium + Continuous Integration

  •    Java

Selunit combines comprehensively Selenium tests in Selenese HTML format (default Selenium IDE format) with Continuous Integration. It provides a flexible Maven plugin for executing Selenese suites in batch and outputs test results in JUnit format. This allows running, controlling and analyzing Selenium tests and reports within all modern CI servers e.g. Hudson or Jenkins without additional tools.

JenkinsPipelineUnit - Framework for unit testing Jenkins pipelines

  •    Groovy

Jenkins Pipeline Unit is a testing framework for unit testing Jenkins pipelines, written in Groovy Pipeline DSL. If you use Jenkins as your CI workhorse (like us @ lesfurets.com) and you enjoy writing pipeline-as-code, you already know that pipeline code is very powerful but can get pretty complex.

job-dsl-gradle-example - An example Job DSL project that uses Gradle for building and testing.

  •    Groovy

An example Job DSL project that uses Gradle for building and testing. Check out this presentation for a walkthrough of this example (starts around 14:00). ./gradlew test runs the specs.

Dev Lake - Data lake for Dev

  •    Go

Dev Lake brings all your DevOps data into one practical, personalized, extensible view. Ingest, analyze, and visualize data from an ever-growing list of developer tools, with our free and open source product. Dev Lake is most exciting for leaders and managers looking to make better sense of their development data, though it's useful for any developer looking to bring a more data-driven approach to their own practices. With Dev Lake you can ask your process any question, just connect and query.






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