Elastic Bamboo allows you to use computing resources from the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) to run builds. Elastic Bamboo uses a remote agent AMI (Amazon Machine Image) to create instances of remote agents in the Amazon EC2.
Please note that automatic management of elastic agents is not currently supported by Bamboo deployment projects. Deployment projects currently require an associated elastic agent to be started manually. Please see BAM-13588 for more information.
The following pages and sub-pages describe how to work with Elastic Bamboo:
- About Elastic Bamboo — Elastic Bamboo concepts.
- Getting started with Elastic Bamboo — setting up Elastic Bamboo for the first time. It contains instructions on enabling Elastic Bamboo for your Bamboo installation and running your first build.
- Configuring Elastic Bamboo — changing settings for Elastic Bamboo. This includes instructions on how to use Amazon's Elastic Block Storage to persist build information for your builds on Elastic Bamboo.
- Managing your elastic images
- Managing your elastic instances
- Managing your elastic agents
- Elastic Bamboo FAQ — running your builds using Elastic Bamboo.
- Elastic Bamboo Security — setting up secure communication between Bamboo and the EC2.