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You can integrate Bamboo with the following Atlassian applications:


When Bamboo is integrated with a JIRA application, you can:

When Bamboo is integrated with HipChat, you can get notifications from Bamboo for things like:

  • when a build passes or fails
  • when you are assigned responsibility for a breaking build
  • when a build you are responsible for has been fixed
  • when a manual stage of a build is ready to be run
  • when a deployment starts, and completes

...and many other notification events.

When Bamboo is integrated with Stash:

  • Bamboo will automatically run a build when changes are pushed to the Stash repository, without needing to configure polling.
  • Bamboo will automatically update plan branches when a developer pushes a new branch to the repository (or deletes a branch).
  • You can click through to Stash to see the commit diff for all files that are part of the changeset.
  • Stash commits that are part of a build are displayed in Bamboo.
  • Build results are notified to Stash (and displayed for the associated commits and pull requests).

When Bamboo is integrated with Confluence , you can add the following Bamboo gadgets to a Confluence wiki page:

When Bamboo is integrated with FishEye, you can:

  • view the code changes that triggered a build
  • explore a failed build in FishEye and jump directly into the changeset that broke the build
  • view the history of the changeset to see what the author was trying to fix
  • analyze the change using the side-by-side diff view
  • open the relevant files in your IDE.

When Bamboo is integrated with Clover, you can:

  • View code-coverage details (i.e. the percentage of code covered by tests) for each build result
  • View code-coverage trends for a job over a period of time
  • View the code-coverage summary for the job.

See The big list of Atlassian gadgets.

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