Administering Bamboo

Bamboo is a continuous integration (CI) and deployment server. Bamboo assists software development teams by providing:

  • automated building and testing of software source-code status.
  • updates on successful/failed builds.
  • reporting tools for statistical analysis.
  • visibility into, and control over, release artifacts and environments.

This administration guide has information about managing the Bamboo server itself. Please see Using Bamboo for help with setting up CI builds and deployments.


System settings
Configuring the Bamboo server.

Agents and capabilities
Setting up services, including Elastic Bamboo, to perform builds.

Users and permissions
Managing users, groups and their permissions.

Extending Bamboo.

Data and backups
Managing databases, data and backups.

Managing security for agents and Elastic Bamboo.

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    I cannot find any documentation about architecting a Atlassian Bamboo configuration for failover. The only failover documentation I have found relates to JIRA. Can you provide any suggestions?

    Based on what I have read and seen with other clients is the creation of a cold standby who's file system is synced with the primary bamboo instance. What isn't clear is whether we can have a clustered DB that both the primary and cold standby use or if they require there own independent DB.



    26 Jun 2013
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