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Using Buildreactor to Monitor CI Jobs

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Using Buildreactor to Monitor CI Jobs

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Following on from yesterday’s post (using travis-ci for github projects), I thought I’d use a Chrome plugin to monitor their status. The one I chose was buildreactor (itself hosted on github).

Like Travis-CI, buildreactor is also ridiculously easy to configure. Let me show you in pictures:

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Once configured, the status is easily viewed (and buildreactor will also notify if a build fails):

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I also was able to configure a separate account on travis-ci (for Estatio):

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And I could also point buildreactor to our original cloudbees CI for Estatio, running Jenkins:

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