Welcome to Linux Integration Services Automation (LISA)!
Linux Integration Services Automation (LISA) is a Linux quality validation system, which consists of two parts:
A test framework to drive test execution.
A set of test suites to verify Linux kernel/distribution quality.
LISA was originally designed and implemented for Microsoft Azure and Windows HyperV platforms; now it can be used to validate Linux quality on any platforms if the proper orchestrator module implemented.
Scalable: Benefit from the appropriate abstractions, LISA can be used to test the quality of numerous Linux distributions without duplication of code implementation.
Customizable: The test suites created on top of LISA can be customized to support different quality validation needs.
Support multiple platforms: LISA is created with modular design, to support various of Linux platforms including Microsoft Azure, Windows HyperV, Linux bare metal, and other cloud based platforms.
End-to-end: LISA supports platform specific orchestrator to create and delete test environment automatically; it also provides flexibility to preserve environment for troubleshooting if test failed.
LISA is in active developing, and a lot of exciting features are implementing. We’re listening your feedback.
The entire codebase is under MIT license.