Add Reliably to your Jenkins Build
Adding Reliably to your Jenkins build is as simple as adding a job to Jenkins.
To run Reliably as a Jenkins Job you will need access to a Jenkins server.
Create a Reliably Project in Jenkins
Navigate to your Jenkins server home page:
The above screenshot is for a newly installed Jenkins server. A server that has previously run jobs would show the jobs dashboard on the Jenkins home page.
Selected New Item from the menu on the left of the page.
Enter an item name (e.g. Run Reliably). Select the Freestyle project option, then select OK.
Setup Reliably access token
The CLI must be run with a valid access token to make authenticated calls to Reliably.
As a prerequisite, the
RELIABLY_TOKEN must be defined as an environment variable.
It requires the Environment Injector plugin to be installed.
In the new job display that appears next select the Build Environment tab, then select Inject passwords to the build as environment variables,
and click Add under Job passwords. Type
RELIABLY_TOKEN in the name field and paste your access token in the password field.
You can see how to retrieve your access token.
Setup your Reliably organization
You shall define the organization to work on, when using the CLI, by defining
RELIABLY_ORG as environment variable.
To retrieve your currently active organization, run:
reliably org current.
You can use either the organization ID or name as
If not specified, the logged in user's default organization will be used.
Add Reliably as a Build step
In the new job display that appears next select the Build tab, then select Execute Shell from the Add Build Step dropdown menu
In the command window enter these commands:
curl -s -L https://github.com/reliablyhq/cli/releases/latest/download/reliably-linux-amd64 -o reliably
chmod u+x reliably
curl -s -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/reliablyhq/action-demo/main/manifest.yaml
./reliably scan kubernetes manifest.yaml
What does this do?
- The Reliably latest release is downloaded from Github.
- The binary is given execute permissions.
- A manifest file is downloaded from a Github repository.
- Finally, the
reliably scan kubernetescommand is run, which will scan the manifest file for any issues.
The scan command will discover and surface suggestions where you might be able to avoid reliability problems.
In the menu for the project:
- Select the Build Now option
- Select the resulting Job that appears at the bottom of the menu.
- Select the Console Output for the Job, you should see output similar to:
Congratulations you have successfully run Reliably as part of a Jenkins build!