Archives for the tag: CI

On the Bamboo development team we recently spent some time investigating how a wrong artifact ended up in one of our dogfooding servers. Apart from the awesomeness of dogfooding, it highlighted the perils of maven and its implications on continuous integration (CI). The mystery: A WAR deployed to our dogfooding server contained the wrong version of a library The contents of the library installed differed from the corresponding artifact in our internal maven repository, despite having the

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The Bamboo Task Master Challenge – The Winner

The Bamboo Task Master Challenge provided the community with some great new Bamboo Task plugins, but there could only be one winner. The Task Master The winner, the champ, the Bamboo Task Master is... This was a very close vote and a huge congrats goes out to Maxim Kuzmich and the Stiltsoft team. What does the Bamboo VMware Task do? Many Bamboo users utilize virtual environments (VMware) to help power their CI process, but they do not need to be powered on all the time. By adding this

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Performance Testing meets Continuous Integration – Bamboo and Blitz

This is a guest blog post by Kowsik Guruswamy, CTO for Mu Dynamics, the company that powers Blitz. Kowsik is a self proclaimed cloud junkie that can reconcile big data with packets. A Pig of a Problem We all know what happens when your app performs like a pig. You lose users, customers and revenue. Your app is slow, the failing pigs don’t amuse your customers and you hear about it as the trending topic on Twitter. In most cases you don’t even know that it’s slow until you push the app into

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Bamboo 1.2 Built!

Today we announced the latest version of Bamboo, our continuous integration (CI) server. Bamboo 1.2 offers over a dozen new features, improvements and bug fixes. One of these features, enterprise permissions, allows users to set security (plan permissions and global permissions) on individual build plans, as well as on an entire Bamboo system. Bamboo 1.2 also includes external database support, Perforce triggering support, regex labeling of build results, scheduled backups, new plugins and more. Where

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