Bamboo Server and Data Center feature comparison

If you use Bamboo, you’ll have either a Bamboo Server or Bamboo Data Center license.

Your Bamboo license determines which features and infrastructure choices are available. 

Feature comparison

Here’s a summary of what you get with each license. 


Server license

Data Center license

Building and testing

Create multi-stage build plans to run your automated tests.

Jira integration

Connect Jira and Bamboo to automatically link issues.

Bitbucket integration

Connect Bitbucket and Bamboo to link builds with commits and trigger builds when committing to a repository.

Opsgenie integration

Connect Opsgenie and Bamboo to inform about build statutes.

Bamboo Specs

Manage Bamboo with Specs using Java and YAML.

IAM Role support for Elastic Agents

Authenticate Elastic Bamboo with an EC2 instance profile.

Data Center Apps approval program

App vendors can check if their apps are compatible with Bamboo Data Center.

High availability and performance at scale


Run Bamboo on cold standby HA.

Seamless restart

Ensure of builds queue and progress consistency when Bamboo shuts down.

Improved build resilience

Be sure that your builds are delivered when Bamboo shuts down.

Improved deployment resilience

Be sure that your deployments are delivered when Bamboo shuts down.

Artifact Delivery

Ensure that artifacts are delivered when Bamboo shuts down during the build.

Rate Limiter

Configurable self-protection against performance drops.

User management

External user directories

Store users in Active Directory, Crowd, Jira, or another LDAP directory.

Project-level build resources

Add and manage repositories and shared credentials on the project level without global admin help.

Support for single sign-on

Support for SAML 2.0, OpenID Connect, and Crowd single sign-on right out of the box.

Deployment options

Your own hardware

Run Bamboo on your own physical servers, virtualized servers, or in a data center of your choice.

Kubernetes support

Deploy Bamboo together with other Atlassian products on a Kubernetes cluster.

Last modified on Sep 5, 2023

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