Archives for the tag: continuous integration

Bamboo 5.11 is here! Learn more about how to scale your CI pipeline with the new Bamboo 5.11 release, which includes the addition of 250 build agents. The upgrades we've made include allowing for REST APIs to trigger project deployment, improved application links for better issue tracking, and expanded permissions for better repository management.

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In the world of software, dev speed is critical. Better to add that highly-requested feature to your product today than see it show up in a competitor's product tomorrow. We did an extensive study amongst our users and found teams who have JIRA Software and Bitbucket integrated release 14% more often (when compared to teams using just one of those products). Part of the difference is that these teams chose JIRA Software and Bitbucket because they support the practices high-performing teams already

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It's now possible to see Bamboo build statuses in Bitbucket for both cloud and server users. With this feature, you'll spend a lot less time switching between tools looking for the results of a sensitive commit. Build results appear in context - next to pull requests, commits, and branches - and are linked to the matching Bamboo builds. In addition to making the Bamboo and Bitbucket connection more friendly, we've enabled the use of remote agents in Bamboo 5.10 Cloud.

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Bamboo, Docker, and building web apps

This post will go over a practical use case scenario that combines the power of Docker containers with Bamboo's strong Docker features for building and deploying a web application -- just one of the many ways the Bamboo Docker duo works together!

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This is a guest post from Jason Crease, an application engineer working in Redgate’s DLM (Database Lifecycle Management) team. Most application developers are used to the benefits of continuous integration. With tools like Bamboo you can bring your application’s continuous integration and delivery pipeline together in a single workflow. What if you could include database continuous integration in that same workflow? SQL CI is part of the DLM Automation Suite, a suite of tools from Redgate

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