We believe a seamless integration of the SSH Test with a CI/CD pipeline is a must. This integration brings more automation opportunities: such as testing servers at regular intervals with scheduled executions or testing them after an automated infrastructure change. And that is why today we're proud to announce the launch of the Operous SSH Check GitHub Action.
With this action, you can run ssh tests and check their results with a simple workflow. Check out the Getting Started guide to configure and start using the action.
After applying the suggested fixes on the server, the pipeline passes:
The Operous SSH Check GitHub Action is available on the GitHub marketplace with instructions and configuration details.
Now external clients can introspect Operous GraphQL API, making it easier to build future integrations.
You can use Apollo Studio Sandbox right now to explore all the capabilities of the Operous API with an interactive interface.
Other improvements and bug fixes
- Added a server ID field to the server details page;
- Fixed the bar chart size;
- Adjusted a link to the documentation in case of an unreachable server.