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Bamboo is suitable for any language, and other popular technologies like AWS CodeDeploy, Docker, and Amazon S3. You can choose from a big variety of available tasks for both build and deployment projects, or search for free add-ons!
Bamboo gives deployments the first-class treatment with deployment projects and environments. A deployment project holds the software project you are deploying: releases that have been built and tested, and the environments to which releases are deployed.
With Bamboo's dedicate agents feature, you can run hot fixes and critical builds right away! When you dedicate an agent, no other activity will be able to use it, unless it is dedicated to that activity as well. This means no wait in the queue for free build agents when there are critical bugs to fix!
Before deploying a new release, see the full roll-up of code changes and JIRA software issues that have come in since the previous deploy. Ops teams can anticipate what they'll be responsible for deploying and supporting in production, and release managers get a clear view of what is going live.
Build fast, test smart, release often!
Bamboo supports up to 100 remote build agents, giving you the power to run batches of tests in parallel, keep the queue flowing, and get feedback to developers quickly.
Other than Docker tasks for build plans and deployments that let you create your own image and push it to a registry, there are ready to use Bamboo agent images on Docker Hub to grab and run.
With per-environment permissions, developers and QA can deploy to their own environments on demand while production stays locked down. Build engineers and ops teams spend less time servicing deploy requests, and one more bottleneck bites the dust.
Don't let red builds become the norm. Keep flakey or broken tests out of sight (but not out of mind), and keep the build green with one-click quarantine.
Adopting feature branching or a branch-per-issue workflow doesn't mean sacrificing code quality. Bamboo detects new branches in Git, Mercurial, and SVN repos & applies the main line's CI scheme to them automatically.
Bamboo can trigger builds based on changes detected in the repository, push notifications from Bitbucket, a set schedule, the completion of another build, or any combination thereof.