Smart Square SSM

Smart Square SSM

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Smart Square SSM: In the last few years, Silicon Valley has been littered with a new crop of startups. While not all of them are successful, most have raised quite a bit of money. These startups have taken on every imaginable industry: from music to meetings to healthy eating. And while most businesses start off as one idea, they often end up becoming much more than that in the long run.

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Hello, I’m Smart Square, and I work as a software engineer at SSM Health. In my spare time, I like to see the world through my drone and take photos of my family on vacation. You can find me on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smart-square-ssm-health-20b54a8145/.

If you have any questions about how to improve your writing skills or comments about the content of this blog post please contact me at smartsquare@ssmhr.com or @smart_square on Twitter! If you would like to learn more about what it’s like working for SSM Healthcare go to: http://www.ssmhr.com/careers/. If you would like to learn more about my work visit my profile on github.

This article will be a step by step guide on setting up a new virtual machine using Vagrant and Virtualbox- it will only take about 15 minutes to complete. In this tutorial, we will use the Ubuntu 16.04 distribution.

Title:smart square ssm
By:Smart Square [Smart Square] (http://www.ssmhr.com) on Thu, 21 Aug. 2017 12:32:31 GMT Smart Square Administrator at SSM Health in Madison, Wisconsin. Hello,  I’m Smart Square, and I work as a software engineer at SSM Health. In my spare time, I like to see the world through my drone and take photos of my family on vacation. You can find me on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smart-square-ssm-health-20b54a8145/.

SSM Smart Square Login

To install the software, we will need to have the following prerequisites:

SSM Smart Square Login

Virtualbox is available here https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads. Vagrant is available here https://www.vagrantup.com/downloads.html and Ubuntu installation files are available here https://releases.ubuntu.com/.

Download and Install VirtualBox

Step 1: Install Virtualbox on Windows or Mac OS X by executing the file you downloaded earlier, and following any prompts necessary during installation (on Windows this will include clicking through a User Account Control prompt).

Step 2: Download and install the Ubuntu installation file to your preferred location. For this tutorial, we will use the file downloaded from https://releases.ubuntu.com/xenial/ . Once downloaded we will open the virtualbox application and click on the “New” button in the toolbar. From there, we will be presented with the “VirtualBox wizard” screen (See Figure 1).

We will choose option 1: “I will install the operating system later” because we can choose a specific operating system when creating a new virtual machine later in this tutorial. Then click on button “next” to proceed to step 3 of 4 in this wizard (See Figure 2).

The next screen in the wizard will allow us to choose the size of our virtual machine disk. It is suggested that we leave this screen alone for now, so click on “next” button to proceed to step 5 of 6 (See Figure 3).

Continuing through all six steps, we will now move on to step 7 where we will select the operating system for our virtual machine.

For this tutorial, select the “Ubuntu-64bit-14.04.1-vagrant” option and click on next button. This will take us to step 8 of 7 (See Figure 4).

From here, we click on “next” button, and it will take us to step 9 of 8 where we are given the opportunity to name our virtual machine. The default name for our virtual machine is “smart-square”, so we will click on “next” button again. Our virtual machine should now be named “smart-square” (See Figure 5).

Step 10: Select the USB drive we want to use as the storage location for our virtual machine and then click on “next” button to proceed to step 11 within this wizard. (See Figure 6).

Step 11: Confirm the settings selected on previous screens within this wizard and then click on “finish” button to proceed to the review screen. Finally, we click on “create” button and there will be a progress bar showing us that our virtual machine is being created.

This concludes our installation of VirtualBox on our computer. In future blog posts, we will revisit this topic and look at how we can install an operating system on this virtual machine.
This concludes this tutorial for installing VirtualBox 5.1.4 with Ubuntu 14.04.1 with installed packages on virtual machine.
Download and Install Vagrant

Step 1: Download and install Vagrant on your computer by executing the file downloaded earlier, and following any prompts necessary during installation (on Mac OS X this will include clicking through a User Account Control prompt).

Step 2: Once finished, download the “ubuntu-1404” vagrant box file from here https://www.vagrantup.com/boxes/ubuntu-1404/. We will download it to our local computer by right clicking on the downloaded file and selecting “Extract here” option.

Step 3: Open the terminal window and navigate to the directory containing our “ubuntu-1404” vagrant box file, for example, my user account’s home directory. In our case, we had downloaded this file to “/Users/shantib8/.vagrant.d/boxes”.

Step 4: Now lets determine which operating system is inside of our ubuntu-1404 vagrant box file. For this, we will use the command “file” on Mac OS X.

This command is used to identify what type of files a specific file is. It can vary from things like file type, printing format, audio sample rate, video format and endianness. In our case, we are looking for the type of box file called “”. This is shown in Figure 1 below

We know the type of box file is a “vagrant box” because the text before the comma is “VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION” equals to 21. You can find out more details on vagrant box files here http://docs.vagrantup.com/v2/vagrantfile-metadata.html.

A newer version of the vagrant box file is available after running the command “vagrant box outdated”. For example, we got an error when we ran this command:
The boxes for the following providers are out of date, and will be updated by Vagrant: 1) ubuntu-1404 (1.5.1) Please run `vagrant box update –only-if-outdated` to upgrade them.

In this case, we need to update the ubuntu-1404 box within Vagrant on our local machine before we can use the vagrant up command on our local machine to start using this virtual machine for development purposes.

Let’s update our ubuntu-1404 vagrant box file by running the vagrant box outdated command:

vagrant box outdated A new version of the ‘ubuntu/trusty64’ box has been found in the Vagrant Cloud. You currently have version ‘1.5.1’ installed locally, but only version ‘1.5.2’ is available on the Vagrant Cloud. To download the new box use: vagrant box add trusty64 https://vagrantcloud.com/ubuntu/trusty64.box

We should see this output if it’s working fine:
id = ubuntu-1404 revision = 1.5.1 metadata = {} metadata.checksum = 316a749e734d2a99c6e4b13ad59e9eb8 … metadata.virtualbox_version = 51002 metadata.vmware_version = 53088 meta-data / Vagrantfile known ids: ubuntu-1404 Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS

After changing the Vagrantfile and re-deploying it, we’ll see that the VM is upgraded automatically:

vagrant reload –provision

This should output something similar to:

Bringing machine ‘default’ up with ‘virtualbox’ provider… ==> default: Checking if box ‘ubuntu/trusty64’ is up to date… ==> default: Clearing any previously set forwarded ports… ==> default: Installing Chef cookbooks with Librarian-Chef… ==> default: The install for ubuntu/trusty64 was successful. …

Now you should be able to test upgrading your VM host using vagrant provision .

Step 5: To use our vagrant box file we first need to initialize it by running “vagrant init” on the same directory in which we downloaded ubuntu-1404 (or downloaded it). See Figure 1.

vagrant init ubuntu/trusty64 A `Vagrantfile` has been placed in this directory. You are now ready to `vagrant up` your first virtual environment! Please read the comments in the Vagrantfile as well as documentation on `vagrantup.com` for more information on using Vagrant.

From here, you can see that Vagrant is asking if we want to initialize and initialize our virtual environment (See Figure 2).

Lastly, we are asked if we wish to start a shell on our virtual host. We can choose the “initialize” option to start the shell by clicking on “enter” button. In our case, we will choose the option “exit” and click on “enter” button (See Figure 3).

This concludes this tutorial for installing VirtualBox 5.1.4 with Ubuntu 14.04.1 and Vagrant 1.7.

Time, Attendance & Scheduling

In this section, I will discuss some details about the testing environment (VirtualBox), including the Vagrant box and Virtualbox, and how I have enabled these tools for scheduling and time tracking.

Testing & Time Tracking

I use various tools to test my solutions on a regular basis. One of my test machines is a Mac computer (Model: MacBook Pro with Retina display), while another is an Ubuntu machine (with both Fedora 18 and Ubuntu 14.04 installations on it). Today, I am going to cover both of these as well as the VirtualBox virtual machine we created earlier in this tutorial for testing our solutions on web applications.

Mac OS X: Vagrant box, VirtualBox and Test Drive Plugins

Installing Vagrant, VirtualBox and related test drive plugins was covered in a previous tutorial. To install the plugins, we first need to install the virtualbox guest additions on our Mac machine. For this, execute the following command from our home directory:

sudo port install libvirt-bin virtinst xhyve vagrant virt-manager libvirt-gui

This will now add this tools to the system packages within Mac OS X.

Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions on your Mac

You can verify that you have installed the VirtualBox guest additions by running the following command from the terminal:

/Library/Application Support/VirtualBox Guest Additions/VBoxGuestAdditions.app/Contents/MacOS/*.vbox-extract hidden-file –display-name Macintosh HD:~:*kdata:vboxguest_macos10.12* –version VBoxGuestAdditions, version 2 (clone)

The above command should output something similar to:

sudo /Library/Application Support/VirtualBox Guest Additions/VBoxGuestAdditions.app/Contents/MacOS/*.vbox-extract hidden-file –display-name Macintosh HD:~:kdata:vboxguest_macos10.12*: –version VBoxGuestAdditions, version 2 (clone)

Finally, to start the VirtualBox guest additions, we need to run the following command from our home directory:

VBoxLinuxAdditions start sudo VBoxLinuxAdditions stop

This concludes installing and verifying the Virtualbox guest additions on your Mac OS X computer.

You can now use VirtualBox on your machine, by simply starting the VirtualBox application from the Applications directory.

Test Drive Plugins for Google Chrome

There are also a few plugins you should add to the Google Chrome browser. For me, I typically use these:

Web Driver, which enables you to run Selenium WebDriver tests in headless mode. This is done through the virtualbox driver: chrome –web-driver=remote –ignore-certificate-errors –no-default-browser-check –disable-extensions .

Web Page Test, which is an extension for the Google Chrome browser that runs tests on a website. This is done through the virtualbox driver: google-chrome –headless –remote-debugging-port=9222 –disable-extensions –remote-debugging-port=9222.

The Web Page Test is available in both Windows and Mac OS X format from https://github.com/google/web-page-tester

Ubuntu: Vagrant box, VirtualBox and Test Drive Plugins

Installing Ubuntu, VirtualBox and related test drive plugins was covered in a previous tutorial. To install the plugins, we first need to install the virtualbox guest additions on our Ubuntu machine. For this we execute the following commands from our home directory:

sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libvirt-bin virtinst xhyve vagrant virt-manager libvirt-gui A new version of the ‘ubuntu/trusty64’ box has been found in the Vagrant Cloud. You currently have version ‘1.5.1’ installed locally, but only version ‘1.5.2’ is available on the Vagrant Cloud. To download the new box use: vagrant box add trusty64 https://vagrantcloud.com/ubuntu/trusty64.box

Testing on Ubuntu Linux

Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions on your Ubuntu Machine

You can verify that you have installed the VirtualBox guest additions by running the following command from the terminal:

/usr/lib/virtualbox/VBoxGuestAdditions-x86-5.1.4 export _=/usr/lib/virtualbox/VBoxGuestAdditions-amd64-5.1.4

The above command should output something similar to:

sudo /usr/lib/virtualbox/VBoxGuestAdditions-x86-5.1.4 export _=/usr/lib/virtualbox/VBoxGuestAdditions-amd64-5.1.4

Finally, to start the VirtualBox guest additions, we need to run the following command from our home directory:

VBoxManage startvm ubuntu –type gui –user=vagrant VBoxManage controlvm ubuntu –type headless VBoxHeadless -startvm Start VM without GUI on host “ubuntu” with user “vagrant” using default settings… Starting VM [ubuntu]… Registered new VM [ubuntu]

This concludes installing and verifying the Virtualbox guest additions on your Ubuntu machine.

Installing Web Page Test Plugin on your Ubuntu Machine

You can verify that you have installed the Web Page Test plugin by running the following command from the terminal:

sudo apt-get install chrome-browser     google-chrome –headless –remote-debugging-port=9222 –disable-extensions –remote-debugging-port=9222

Executing Your Tests on VirtualBox or Mac OS X guests with Jenkins CI Server Version 1.551.3

In this section, I will cover how you can configure Jenkins to run automated tests on our Virtual Machine. This is quite simple to do.

We need to create and configure a new freestyle job in Jenkins, which will be responsible for executing the tests for our web application.

To do that, first we need to create the new freestyle job in Jenkins by clicking on “New Item” option from the left hand menu (under “Configure”).

Jenkins New Item Page

This page will be used to configure our automated tests. In this example, I have not yet added any new items yet and therefore you see the message “No jobs are set up for this FreeStyle project”. As I am on Windows, the options available are different from Linux and Mac OS X, so some of this needs to be configured differently.

You should also notice that there are a lot more options available on the newer version of Jenkins (1.551.3), which is great for us as developers these days.

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To start creating our new Jenkins job, we need to click on “Add Item” and then select “Freestyle project” under “Job Configuration”.

This will open up an empty text area where we can describe the job in more detail. Now let us define our job to test our application through VirtualBox.

The first step is to decide which branch you would like your build to be based on; this can be done by selecting the checkboxes under “Where do you want to build?” option.

Next, we need to configure our build by clicking on the “Configure” button. The first thing we need to do is define which workspace will be used for our testing by selecting “This project is associated with a workspace”.

The name of the workspace should be left as it is (defaults to root) and we can use the default build path or change this path if needed. The important part here is that Jenkins needs to know where our source code lives. To do that, you need to navigate to your solution directory and retrieve the network path.

Now that we have selected the workspace, we need to add a few more things before we can run our test. One important thing to note is that you will also see a new “Checkout Subversion” option here, which I have configured for my solution (see Figure 4).

The reason why I did this is because it helped me avoid downloading all of the source code all over again, but instead just check out the code in my local workspace where we perform our tests. You can also follow this method if you prefer to download your code and then check it out again in your local workspace.

That’s it for the ‘Configure’ page. Now we need to specify what plugins you would like to use for running your test suite (under “Test Harness” option).

I have added a few of my favorite plugins, namely “Web Page Test Plugin” and “Web Driver Plugin”. The latter is used for running Selenium tests in headless mode on the VirtualBox VM, while the former is used to run tests on web applications I build.

Click on the “Save & Run” button at the top right corner of this screen.

There are a few more things we need to do before our new job can actually run. First, if you look at the bottom of the page where you can see my build configuration, click on “Display all configuration options” and then select “Enable notifications when build completes”. You will also need to select your name and email address.

Before you can save your changes, you will also need to configure the build path (which is optional). To do that, go to the advanced section and click on the edit button next to “Build path”.

In the “Workspace” section, select the “Build directory” option and then click on the ‘…’ button next to it. Make sure you navigate to your solution directory again and click on the option to create a new folder called “Tests”.

There is one more thing we need to do, which is clicking on the Advanced link in the top right corner of the page.

Click on “Build Now” and you will be able to follow all of your previous actions that were done. After a few moments, you should see a build up and running, which means that Jenkins has started building your project automatically.

You also need to click on the “configure” button again at the top of the page, as you will need to select your build configuration. I selected “Master-Branch:” to indicate where Jenkins should build your latest successful commit.

That’s it for our Jenkins job! We have now configured it to execute our automated tests and we have also specified a new branch where Jenkins should start building from now on (in this case, it is master branch).

Let us verify that by clicking on the “Generate Project Report” button, which will generate a new build report that you can view. Once that is done, you should also see the build succeeded and we can start the next phase of testing our application.

As we have created a new Windows XP virtual machine in VirtualBox, we need to first boot it from the CD image which is available in our repository. The next step is to check if all of our automated tests are working as expected. This will be done by simply running our automated tests specified in this tutorial. If you want to edit your job, you can do that by clicking on ‘Actions’ button at the top and then selecting “Edit”. Next step is to click on “Build Now” button for one last time which will execute your tests.

Centralized Resource Management and Healthcare Scheduling Software with Jenkins and Open Source

Once your tests have completed, you will see the build report that is generated by Jenkins. We now need to click on “View Report” link. In the next page you should see a list of all your test results, which should be one successful test and based on this we can conclude that our automation script is working.

If we click on a specific test result, we will get a detailed page for that specific test, which allows us to quickly identify which part of our code needs a deeper dive into the problem or how this component works in more detail. This is an important step to isolate the root cause of any bug.

One other thing you might notice is the “Test Result Summary” link. This is a really nice feature that allows you to compare your test results against automated results from Jenkins. If our tests passed, we should see green colored columns and if they failed, we should see red colored columns.

We can also run our tests in headless mode by clicking on the “View Report” link and then selecting “Web Driver Test” under “Test Harness” option.

Azure and Healthcare ERP and CRM Software with Jenkins and Open Source

Google Chrome 49.0.2623.108 (64-bit) on Mac OS X Host Computer (Version 1.551.3)

This concludes the automated testing process using Jenkins for our web application created in this tutorial. The next thing we can do is manually verify if our application is working correctly by running it in a real browser or on the virtual machine we configured in VirtualBox earlier on this tutorial.

Predictive Analytics Survey: Scheduling & Staffing Solution Unknown to Those Who Need It Most

I hope you have enjoyed reading this article, as I have had a lot of fun working on this code sample with you. If you have any questions or issues with the steps outlined in this tutorial, feel free to leave a comment and we can discuss it further.

The next step for me is to rebuild this application using ASP.NET MVC Core 1.0 framework (as it is way faster than Web API) and also improve the overall architecture of the solution to make it more scalable, maintainable and developer friendly.

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