If you're looking for CI integration with Bitbucket, you may want to look into Bitbucket's Pipelines.
With this service, you can integrate with Bamboo, an extendable enterprise continuous integration server. This service will force a Bamboo manual build when a commit is pushed to your repository. Note that this will override any conditions for branches or file exclusions.
If you are having trouble with the service, see Troubleshoot Bitbucket Cloud services.
You must have administrative access on a repository to add this service.
(Optional) If you want Bamboo to build only when you push commits on certain files, select the Advanced Trigger Options checkbox. For Bamboo to build each time someone pushes to the repository (even when the push includes no commits), you don't need to select this option.
To set the criteria that triggers Bamboo to build, update the Include/Exclude files field under your Bitbucket repository configuration in Bamboo. This field allows you to specify the files that Bamboo should, or should not, use to detect changes.
Enter the following information:
Enter your Bamboo user password.
|Plan Key||Enter the Bamboo plan key (ex. BB-STAGING). The plan key can be found in the URL of any page of a plan.|
Enter the URL to your Bamboo instance (e.g.).
|Username||Enter your Bamboo username, this is the user that triggers the build|