Run your Gatling Enterprise simulations from your Bamboo CI.
Purpose of this plugin
This plugin enables you to start a Gatling Enterprise simulation directly from your Bamboo platform. This plugin links a Bamboo job with one Gatling Enterprise simulation.
This plugin doesn’t create a new Gatling Enterprise simulation, you have to create it using the Gatling Enterprise Dashboard before.
To download the plugin, you need to get the JAR file by clicking on the following button:
You need to be connected as an administrator of your Bamboo application to install it. Go to Bamboo Administration, Manage Apps, Upload app, and choose the jar file.
The plugin needs some global configuration. Go to Administration, then Global variables.
Add two new variables:
- the first one is named
frontline.address, and corresponds to the address of Gatling Enterprise (
https://cloud.gatling.ioif using Gatling Enterprise Cloud).
- the second one is named
frontline.apiTokenPassword, and corresponds to the API token needs to authenticate to Gatling Enterprise:
Add a new build task called Gatling Enterprise. Choose in the Gatling Enterprise Simulation list the simulation you want to use.
This job regularly prints a summary of the run’s current status to the build logs. By default, the summary is printed every 5 seconds the first 12 times (i.e. for the first 60 seconds), and then every 60 seconds. You can configure this behavior (or disable it completely) in the job configuration.
You can display the results of the Gatling Enterprise assertions with the JUnit Parser plugin.
Add a new build task called JUnit Parser and fill the Specify custom results directories input with the following line:
A new Gatling Enterprise simulation will be started every time the job is run. Check the logs to see the simulation progress. If the simulation ran successfully, it will look like the following:
If the Gatling Enterprise deployment fails (i.e. because of a shortage of available hosts), the plugin will retry 3 times to redeploy the simulation.
Live metrics will be displayed in the console, and in the build summary.