21 Sep 2019 11:54 AM - last edited on 18 May 2023 08:15 AM by Michal_Gebacki
I'm trying to integrate aws code pipeline over a Jenkins project and not a pipeline since the awscodepipeline plugin doesn't have a pipeline alternative and use the performance signature plugin that is only meant for Jenkins piplelines. is there a workaround to using the Dynatrace plugin in a Jenkins project instead?
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I’m not sure what you are trying to do.
Not clear what you are trying to do.. but
AWS - https://www.dynatrace.com/news/blog/unbreakable-devops-pipeline-shift-left-shift-right-self-healing/
Jenkins Performance signature - https://www.dynatrace.com/news/blog/shift-left-in-jenkins-how-to-implement-performance-signature-wit...
Native jenkins + Dynatrace CLI - https://github.com/dynatrace-innovationlab/jenkins-dynatrace-pipeline-tutorial
It seems you want to use a Freestyle jenkins project that is not a pipeline project, use the Native jenkins link and adapt the steps in the pipeline (sh steps) as steps in your freestyle project.
The accepted answer is an option but the Dynatrace CLI readme states: "The CLI now implements the main uses to gather and compare metrics as part of your CI/CD Delivery Pipeline. All gathered and compared data will end up as a Custom Device with Custom Metrics in Dynatrace, e.g: "My Jenkins Pipeline" with metrics such as "Response Time", "Throughput" or "Number of Incoming Dependencies".
No, the plugin can only be used with a jenkins pipeline, not with a Freestyle Project.
But you can have a look at Pitometerm which you could use in your jenkins project to do a performance signature without the plugin.