Building Gitlab pipeline

Building Gitlab pipeline

A pipeline to provide End-to-End testing with Selenium framework

12 Jun 2019 Eskilstuna

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Wed, 12 Jun 2019, 17:30-20:00, Eskilstuna

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It’s time for the third Eskilstuna DevOps meet-up.

Our presenter Dariusz Glowacki from Scania AB will show us how to create a sample GitLab pipeline to provide End-to-End testing with Selenium framework.

Dariusz is a .NET developer / architect. He started his career back in 2005 when .NET framework 1.1 was just out. He worked for British, Norwegian, American and Polish companies to recently settle down in Sweden to help Scania building their global sales tool solution.

Even though Microsoft stacks and solutions remain in his main interests, he worked with many open source projects and programming languages like Python, Java, PHP, javascript, Angular and many others. He loves being in the cloud to architect and build reliable, fault tolerant, high performant systems.

TALK:
The presentation will be divided into 2 parts. First there will be an introduction to Gitlab and its pipelines, and technical concepts of running web GUI tests in dockerized selenium grid. After the break, Dariusz will show us a demo of how to trigger a GitLab pipeline that starts automated GUI tests for a web application.


For future Meetups, if you have something interesting around your work with DevOps & Continuous Delivery, please let us know and we’ll do our best to get you to present! It could be war stories, something you’re proud of, or maybe even something you’re not so proud of.

We are looking forward to seeing you at this third meetup of the Eskilstuna DevOps community!

Agenda

17:30

Doors open

17:50

Welcome

18:00

Introduction to GitLab and Selenium

18:30

Food Break & Socializing

19:00

Presentation and Demo

20:00

Thanks & goodbye

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