Stash is now called Bitbucket Server. Read our announcement blog.

Docker has been moving at ‘lightning speed‘ and has been adopted by software development teams all over the world.

Since the beginning, we at Atlassian, have been very excited about the potential of Docker. In fact, we wrote early on how to run Java in a Docker container, and created an internal self-service model to deploy applications on our cloud using Docker containers. We also experimented early with containerizing our products (see our experiments on bitbucket). We have been big fans of Docker, and I am proud to serve on Docker’s Advisory Board.

Today, we’re excited to announce our first official step towards dockerizing our products. Please welcome the official Stash Docker image . It has already been uploaded and certified on Docker Hub. This will allow you to evaluate our enterprise Git repository solution with a couple of commands:

docker run -u root -v /data/stash:/var/atlassian/application-data/stash atlassian/stash chown -R daemon /var/atlassian/application-data/stash

docker run -v /data/stash:/var/atlassian/application-data/stash –name=”stash” -d -p 7990:7990 -p 7999:7999 atlassian/stash

And you’ll have Stash up and running in a jiffy!

Note: We recommend using the Docker container to quickly evaluate Stash. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below so that we can take this further.

Let me leave you with a tease. Keep an eye on our blog because we have much more in the pipeline and … sssh … don’t tell anyone but it’s related to Bamboo.

Stash on Docker