Using Jenkins and Selenium for automation and process efficiency
International SOS provides medical, clinical, and security advice and assistance to organizations with international travelers or operations.
It has over 10,000 corporate clients and serves many Fortune Global 100 and Fortune 500 companies.
While developing a web based product, International SOS faced several operational challenges:
- Over several hundred unplanned deployments to production annually
- No continuous integration process in place
- Unavailability of build servers
- No formal SDLC in place
Infostretch followed a structural approach to breakdown the issue in smaller problems and solve the issues.
- Firstly, Infostretch engaged with International SOS to assess their CI and agile scrum needs
- Jointly architected CI flow and objectives with emphasis on code coverage to improve both unit and regression test coverage
- Leveraged Jenkins to incorporate continuous integration into the process
- Developed automated test suits using Selenium framework
Incorporating Continuous Integration using Jenkins framework added value not only to the delivery quality but also to the process efficiency. Some of the key benefits are:
Reduce the overall time-to-market
Significantly enhance the organizational ROI from CI
Automated numerous test scripts
Facilitated Jenkins reports that enable better decision making and planning
Using Continuous Integration added value not only to the delivery quality but also to the process efficiency.
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