This section contains a general overview of running Tracetest in CI/CD pipelines.
You can find guides for:
If you want to see more examples with other CI/CD tools, let us know by opening an issue in GitHub!
Tracetest is designed to work with all CI/CD platforms and automation tools. To enable Tracetest to run in CI/CD environments, make sure to install the Tracetest CLI and configure it to access your Tracetest server.
To read more about integrating Tracetest with CI/CD tools, check out tutorials in our blog:
- Integrating Tracetest with GitHub Actions in a CI pipeline
- 50% Faster CI Pipelines with GitHub Actions
Running Tracetest CLI from Docker
Many integrations with CI/CD tools can be accomplished by running the Tracetest CLI to execute a test against a remote Tracetest server. If you do not want to install the Tracetest CLI in your environment, you can choose to directly execute it from a Docker image.
How to Use:
Use the command below, substituting the following placeholders:
your-tracetest-server-url- the URL to the running Tracetest server you wish to execute the test on. Example:
file-path- The path to the saved Tracetest test. Example:
docker run --rm -it -v$(pwd):$(pwd) -w $(pwd) --network host --entrypoint tracetest kubeshop/tracetest:latest -s <your-tracetest-server-url> run test --file <file-path>