ClusterRunner makes it easy to execute test suites across your infrastructure in the fastest and most efficient way possible.
By using ClusterRunner in your testing pipeline, you will be able to easily:
The entire process of installing, initializing, and executing tests through ClusterRunner should take about 8 minutes!
Give it a shot by starting at our documentation site.
You can find all our official documentation at clusterrunner.com.
For a quick visual overview, check out the infographic we presented at the PyCon 2015 poster session:
ClusterRunner currently has no built-in UI, but its extensive API allows you to create detailed dashboards so you can monitor your cluster and see what it's doing.
We've open-sourced a few of the dashboards we use internally at Box for monitoring our own clusters. Check out the ClusterRunner-Dashboard repo for the code and documentation.
We ❤️ external contributors! You can run ClusterRunner entirely locally and it has a comprehensive functional test suite, so it's easy to get started. Take a look at our open issues to get an idea of where you can help out.
We're happy to answer any questions you have around setting up ClusterRunner in your own org. Create a new issue on this repo, or email [email protected] and be sure to include "ClusterRunner" in the subject.
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