LAVA (Linaro Automation and Validation Architecture) is a continuous integration system that concentrates on a physical target or virtual hardware deployment where a series of tests are executed. The executed tests are of a large variety from the simplest ones which only requires booting a target to some very complex scenarios that require external hardware interaction.

LAVA represents a collection of components that are used for automated validation. The main idea behind the LAVA stack is to create a quality controlled testing and automation environment that is suitable for projects of all sizes. For a closer look at a LAVA instance, the reader could inspect an already created one, the official production instance of which is hosted by Linaro ...

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