Switching from running Java autotests in Jenkins to TFS

  • Hello!

    Now the company is planning to switch to TFS, I could not find any useful information, so I ask here.

    Currently we have autotests (written in java + selenium), functional tests (jmetter) and load tests (jmetter) that are run in jenkins. So here are the actual questions: can this whole thing be transferred to TFS? Can all this be integrated with TFS? Visual Studio Test Professional can run all these tests and display the result as graphs? How much blood will we spend for each scenario?

  • It's not clear which repository you are migrating to TFS from? It is also not clear why to use Microsoft technologies (available in view of TFS) when there are repositories that have proven themselves to be excellent? For example GIT, SVN, etc.

    But if you really want to use Visual Studio Test Professional, then the Microsoft documentation says that there is such a possibility: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/build-release/test/continuous-test-java

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