mabl Integration with Jenkins

In a world where teams are releasing product updates faster than ever before, new challenges have emerged. Quality assurance and testing have become a significant bottleneck for these teams due to the time it takes to run and maintain reliable, effective tests. However, by integrating automated testing directly into CI/CD, dev teams can adequately support rapid release cycles without sacrificing application quality.

Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration and deployment tool that ties automated builds, tests, and releases together in a single workflow. The Jenkins mabl integration plugin makes it easy for mabl customers to execute mabl tests as part of their CI/CD pipeline and to provide a test report of the executed tests inside Jenkins.


Mabl and Jenkins together accelerate development by:

  • Automatically testing builds for visual, functional and performance regressions on every deployment
  • Enabling your CI/CD workflow to automatically make informed decisions based on individual test output – decisions that would otherwise have to be done manually

    View mabl test results directly in Jenkins
A screenshot showing that mabl and Jenkins accelerate development by allowing you to view mabl test results in Jenkin.

Improve Your Workflow with Test Automation

Mean Time to Repair

Significantly reduce MTTR (Mean Time to Repair) by decreasing the cost of downtime

Team Collaboration

Improve collaboration across the team including QA engineers and developers


Increase overall software development velocity while improving application quality

The mabl integration for Jenkins is a native plugin that makes it easy to incorporate reliable end-to-end tests as part of your build and deployment process. To start testing every build, simply add a “run mabl tests” step in Jenkins in just a few clicks. You can run mabl inside Jenkins Pipeline and Freestyle jobs and have control over which tests run on deployment using test plan labels.

A screenshot showing how to start testing every build, by adding a run mabl tests step in Jenkins in just a few clicks.