Bamboo TutorialIntroduction Installation Creating projects and plans Cloning (Copying) a build plan Configuring visible projects in Bamboo Editing build plan Changing the plan name Disable plan Delete the build plan Configuring stages, Jobs and Tasks Configuring build plan repositories Adding Scheduled build trigger Adding Repository polling trigger Adding new branch Running a branch Branch actions in Bamboo Configuring build plan permissions Configuring build notifications Expiry of the build history Passing parameters and variables to the build Adding Maven build plan Adding Gradle build plan in Bamboo Adding MSBuild task in Bamboo Adding MSTest task Linux shell build Windows batch command build Windows Powershell build Running the build plans manually build history build logs Bamboo Reports Authors Page in Bamboo Executing Selenium tests in Bamboo Creating and viewing artifacts Running customized build plan Build queue in Bamboo Agents Global Variables User Management Server Capabilities Linked Repositories Group Management Global Permissions Add-ons Management Email server Server address License Information in Bamboo Bamboo System Information Bamboo Audit log Import/Export build plans in Bamboo Build History clean up Bulk edit plan permissions Move build plan in Bamboo Delete build plans Bulk actions in Bamboo Adding deployment project to build plan in Bamboo Web application deployment to tomcat using Bamboo
Introduction to bambooBamboo is one of the most popular CI server by the company – Atlassian. Key features of Bamboo are given below.
- It supports various version control systems like bitbucket, cvs, subversion, git, perforcem and mercurial.
- Supports all important tasks like ant, maven, gradle, make tasks, tomcat, SSH, Linux and windows commands, SCP task, PHPUnit, Nunit, Node, MSTest, MSBuild, Grunt, Grails, AWS codeDeploy
- It also supports the deployment projects.
- A build plan has one or more stages. Each stage has one or more jobs. Each job can have one or multiple tasks like maven or gradle etc. Jobs in a single stage can run simultaneously but stages and tasks within a job run in sequence only.
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