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eggPlant Integration also includes a set of zero-effort integration plug-ins for some of the most popular continuous integration and ALM tools to make integration even simpler and frictionless – Jenkins, free mobile porn IBM Rational Quality Manager (IBM RQM), and HP Quality Centre (HP QC). Our IBM Rational Quality Manager plug-in has been officially recognised as “Ready for IBM Rational” by IBM. These plug-ins mean that where-ever HP QC uses QTP, or IBM RQM uses RFT, you can get them to use eggPlant Functional instead. The Jenkins plug-in means that you can get full detailed status information back from eggPlant Functional to Jenkins so that it can report on exactly what went wrong when errors have occured.
eggPlant Integration allows you to have the best of both worlds – the continuous integration and ALM tools that suit your environment, combined with the power and simplicity of the eggPlant range of test tools. Test iOS and Linux from HP Quality Centre, test localization from IBM Rational, and run your nightly tests across 10 phone porn browsers simultaneously from Jenkins.