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I'm searching for a framework for running system tests. The requirement are:

  • Able to manage provisioning to multiple physical machine
  • Able to manage provisioning to multiple virtual environments (AWS, Azure, etc)
  • Able to run tests on a given machine be it physical or virtual.
  • Not bound to a single language or platform. We wish to at least test against Linux, Windows at least.

Is there anything that meets those requirements?

Thank you!

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Test Kitchen? Your requirements are huge and vague but it's probably your best bet.

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  • Sorry for being vague. The product we want to test has components that span many platforms both physical and virtual and so we are searching for a framework that we can use to manage testing across those platforms. – X_Trust Jun 8 '17 at 14:12
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    When you get to something that complex, the chances of finding something perfect off-the-shelf drops asymptotically to zero. – coderanger Jun 8 '17 at 15:16
  • I can't imagine we're the only ones who are having this issue so I figure it was worth asking. Thank you for your feedback! – X_Trust Jun 8 '17 at 15:50
  • The problem is "this issue" in the general case is very different from your specific mix of tools and environments. – coderanger Jun 8 '17 at 17:19
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So you are looking for a software which is resource agnostic

  • provision any resource type
  • configure any resource type
  • execute on any resource

I am biased but you can look at some job schedulers. We are currently using ProActive from Activeeon which should answer your needs but other may have similar behaviors.

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