Memory test infrastructure and the way in which tests are streamlined have been advancing rapidly with the use of automation. This presentation will detail a method by which a Teradyne Magnum V tester is automated using open-source software, Jenkins, to control and streamline calibration and test execution through the tester’s command line interface, reducing human interaction and enabling continuous test execution, and data collection and processing. With this configuration, tests can be run on a scheduled basis, based on firmware changes by monitoring the source code repository, at any time of the day, or based on a user request. Results can then be rapidly analyzed and distributed nearly immediately following the completion of testing, and users can be notified of test results and completion through custom email alerts. With this setup, more testing is possible with less effort due to the offloading of redundant tasks, which automation software aids in completing.