Atlassian News: Customised DevOps workflows in BitBucket

Atlassian News: Customised DevOps workflows in BitBucket

DevOps workflows in the Cloud made easier

Atlassian’s looking to make devops workflows in the Cloud easier, by providing integrations for tools in the CI/CD pipeline. This is in hope of saving developers the time of having to write integration scripts in themselves.

Atlassian have partnered with vendors such as Amazon Web Services, who’ve written pipes for developers to connect to tools and services, with environment variables.

These pipes work with the Bitbucket Cloud code management platform Bitbucket Pipelines, with the intent of providing automated CI/CD workflows.

In addition to this, developers can now write their own custom pipes for easy integration with a tool, providing a simpler repeatable process than that of scripts previously used.

Configured as Docker containers, Bitbucket Pipes are available for:

  • AWS S3 storage service
  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • AWS Lambda.
  • Microsoft Azure Storage.
  • Datadog
  • Google App Engine
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • NPM
  • Opsgenie
  • PagerDuty
  • PyPL
  • SCP (secure copy protocol)
  • SFTP (secure file transfer protocol)
  • SonarCloud
  • Slack Notify

Bitbucket pipeline users can find pipes in the online .yml editor, however new users will need to sign up, in order to create a repository for the enablement of Bitbucket pipelines.

Bitbucket table

More on Bitbucket

Bitbucket is a Git repository management solution, designed for professional teams. It provides tools that encourage collaboration around your source code with extensibility, to ensure it integrates into your workflow, as well as the ability to massively scale as your team expands.

Clearvision provides solutions for teams and enterprises. Our solutions cover discovery, deployment, Atlassian licensing, training and support.

Contact us, for more on our services.

Share on facebook
Share
Share on google
Share
Share on twitter
Share
Share on linkedin
Share

Reader Interactions