What is the available integration with Jenkins software?

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Is there any integration between HPE tools, such as Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Unified Functional Testing (UFT) and others, with Jenkins UI?

Is there a Jenkins plugin ? Where can it be downloaded? Who supports it?

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers specific support for the integration with HP tools with Jenkins UI.

Jenkins is an open source continuous integration tool** developed in Java ( http://jenkins-ci.org/ ). Jenkins provides continuous integration services for software development.

Note: To know more about 'Continuous integration' , please review: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuous_integration

HP Application Automation Tools plugin

**Purpose:** Third party plugin enables triggering a HPE test ( functional test set ) or build verification suite as a Jenkins build step. The results are reported back and presented in Jenkins and in the ALM Test Runs module.

**Support:** HPE should give be able to support regular misunderstandings about:

- The way to configure the plugin
- Using Mtbx
- Which build step to run:

- File system (FS)
- UFT from ALMClient (Web client via browser or ALMExplorer tool)
- UFT trough Lab execution
- etc
- Configuring Jenkins in general (which would generally be referral to the Jenkins manuals, but HPE may help on this as well.

- General problems in ALM / FS run from jenkins

**Download:** For downloading the plugin , documentation about using the plugin and for additional information , go to: https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/HP+Application+Automation+Tools.
Other information: The following link is not from HPE. It is being used by other Jenkins users when integrating with Jenkins and HPE tools: http://sumeetkushwah.com/2015/03/24/implementing-ci-using-jenkins-and-uft/

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