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2022-06-16T06:48:00Z
AG
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Does anyone know which CI/CD tools integrate with Tricentis Tosca?

Hi community,

We're looking at a Tosca-Copado CI/CD solution for a particular client but I've seen that Copado doesn't support Tosca (April 2022). 

Is anyone out there doing this at the moment  (or aware of a plan by Tricentis to do this)? Any suggestions for alternative CI/CD solutions that integrate well with TOSCA?

*This is a high-level requirement at the moment as the project is still in initiation. So, I don't have more details yet.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Aditya Chakradhar Nanduri - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr Test Automation Architect at Qentelli
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2022-06-22T06:08:06Z
22 June 22

Hi Team,


I've created an article on integrating any CI/CD Tool with DEX in Tosca. Please go through the article and see if that helps.


Article:


https://www.peerspot.com/artic...


Please reach out to me if you have any questions.

AG
User at Planit Software Testing
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27 June 22

@Aditya Chakradhar Nanduri Thanks Aditya!!  Will have a look.

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2022-06-16T20:53:10Z
16 June 22

Hi @Ann Godfrey, ​ 


Have Tricentis themselves provided you with a list of CI/CD tools that they do support with Tosca?


Amongst our client base, we are using Azure DevOps and Jenkins. I'd be surprised (and disappointed) if Tricentis is unable to provide a list of tools from across their global client base and experience. 


In terms of plans for Tricentis to include Copado support, you can log a product feature request with Tricentis (or see if one has been logged and add a supporting vote to the feature request).

AG
User at Planit Software Testing
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16 June 22

@ShaneRoss Absolutely Shane. As soon as I get a response I'll update this conversation too.

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2022-06-16T15:09:15Z
16 June 22

We are using Jenkins and github with TOSCA for one of our clients.

AG
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2022-06-27T02:40:35Z
27 June 22

Feedback from Tricentis.  


In theory, this is doable. There is a CI plugin and an executable that can be invoked from the CI/CD workflow.  


They indicated that if a hands-on POC or implementation assistance is required they can assist I will let you know whether we go ahead with a POC.

Aditya Chakradhar Nanduri - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr Test Automation Architect at Qentelli
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2022-06-16T12:39:22Z
16 June 22

Hi team, 


We can integrate with any CI/CD tool to Tosca provided, that CI/CD tool supports Batch Command Execution. 


You can reach DM me for more information.

Aditya Chakradhar Nanduri - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr Test Automation Architect at Qentelli
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19 June 22

@Evgeny Belenky, I integrated Tosca with Jenkins, Bamboo and Azure DevOps. 
But we can integrate with any CI/CD tools, in my opinion.

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Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewer
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2022-06-16T06:56:42Z
16 June 22

Hi @Test Process Consultant, @gagneet, @MarkusBonner ​and @Aditya Chakradhar Nanduri,


Possibly, you can help here or provide some inputs to @Ann Godfrey.


Thanks​. ​ 

AG
User at Planit Software Testing
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19 June 22

@Evgeny Belenky I checked their website and also did some investigation but no integration with Tosca (as of April 2022) as far as I can see.  Still waiting for a reply from their support line.

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