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Bamboo 5.7 has been released! See the new features in the Bamboo 5.7 release notes and read the Bamboo upgrade guide.

14 December 2011

Atlassian is proud to present Bamboo 3.4 with improved Git support, stronger agent security, global repositories, enhanced email templates and many more improvements.

Upgrading to Bamboo 3.4 is free for all customers with active Bamboo software maintenance.


Highlights of this release:
Thank you for your feedback:

107 new features and improvements implemented
56 votes fulfilled

Please keep logging your votes and issues. They help us decide what needs doing, and are much appreciated!

Upgrading to Bamboo 3.4

You can download Bamboo from the Atlassian website. If upgrading from a previous version, please read the Bamboo 3.4 Upgrade Guide.

 

 

Git Submodule Support

By supporting native Git clients in addition to its embedded Git implementation, Bamboo now unlocks the full power of Git while still making it easy to get started. The new support for Git Submodules allows you to structure your projects the way you want, and makes it easy to build multimodule projects.

It is still simple to get started with Git. If you don't have a native Git client installed on your agent, Bamboo will automatically fall back to its embedded Git implementation. To use the improved Git support, simply let Bamboo know where the Git executable is located.

 

Shared Repositories

In Bamboo 3.3 we made it easy to add multiple repositories, and now in 3.4 we make it easy to share them. Are you using the same repository in multiple plans and are tired of keeping them all in sync when the configuration of the repository changes? With Shared Repositories you can define repositories globally and share the configuration with as many plans as you want. When you update the configuration, the change will automatically be picked up by all plans that use the repository definition. More...


 

Agent Security Improvements

Bamboo 3.4 now provides a way to verify that remote agents are allowed to connect to the Bamboo server. Bamboo prevents unknown agents from connecting to the server. Agents now need to be manually approved by an administrator before they can communicate with the server in any way. Note that Elastic agents do not have to be approved. This improvement means that sensitive information on the Bamboo server is now much more secure. More...

 

New Email Templates

We've made the Bamboo email notification a whole lot easier on the eyes. The new design makes the emails much easier to read and allows you to see all the important information about the build at a glance.

 

Elastic Bamboo support for Microsoft Windows®

If you've ever wanted to use Elastic Bamboo to test your application in Internet Explorer 9, or for testing .NET applications, Bamboo is able to help you do this quickly and cheaply in the Cloud using Amazon EC2. Start the new Windows 2008 64bit server Elastic Bamboo image with a single click, and get testing on Windows in minutes. More...

 

Plus over 100 fixes and improvements

The top 10 issues by votes are shown below. For the full list of fixes and improvements, please refer to our public JIRA site to see a full list of issues fixed in this release of Bamboo.

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The Bamboo 3.4 Team

Development

Core Team

Brydie McCoy
James Dumay
Jason Berry
Marek Went
Krystian Brazulewicz
Przemek Bruski
Marcin Gardias
Piotr Stefan Stefaniak
Nathan Wilson

Team Lead

Mark Chaimungkalanont

Project Manager

Anton Mazkovoi

Support

Renan Battaglin
Ajay Sridhar
Zed Yap
Gurleen Anand
Felipe Kraemer
Rene Verschoor
Armen Khachatryan

Others

Product Management

Jens Schumacher

Product Marketing

Giancarlo Lionetti

Technical Writing

Paul Watson

Operations

James Fleming

2 Comments

  1. The link with fixes in Jira still points to the 3.3 list.

    1. Thank you pointing that out, I've updated the JIRA link.