Maestro Evaluation Guide
Thanks for taking a look at Maestro. This is a walk-through of the main Maestro interface and basic features.
For hosted evaluations, a private Maestro instance is provisioned for your exclusive use. It is pre-bundled with Jenkins, Archiva, and Selenium to demonstrate Compositions that show: build tasks, artifact promotion, Selenium tests, asynchronous human task handling, and automated cloud provisioning. Maestro plugins are also installed for GitHub, EC2, and Rackspace, and can be configured with your own account information.
The Maestro Evaluation is also distributed as a simple virtual appliance in OVF or VMware format. If you wish to obtain a copy of the evaluation, contact us now and we’ll get you set up.
We’ll start with a few instructions for getting the VM imported into your environment. We currently support VMware (Workstation and Fusion) and Oracle’s VirtualBox.
To proceed, use the navigation to the right of this page, or click the link at the bottom of the page for the next article.
Evaluation notes: The hosted evaluation instance and the VM are provisioned with a single Maestro Agent. This allows for a single Composition run at a time. Multiple jobs will be queued, and run as soon as the agent is available (not busy).