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Atlassian introduces new devops workflows in Bitbucket

Atlassian introduces new devops workflows in Bitbucket

Atlassian comes up with new products around Bitbucket Pipes. The new products offer tool integrations in the Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline and make it easier to use devops workflows in the cloud. As a result, developers would no longer have to write their own scripts to integrate them.

For this purpose, Atlassian cooperates with various different providers, including Amazon Web Services, Google and Microsoft. They have written those pipes for developers so that they can connect their tools and services to each other by simply writing the variables for different environments.

Integrate workflows

The CI/CD pipes work with the Bitbucket Cloud code management platform and with the Bitbucket Pipelines. The aim is to integrate CI/CD workflows as far as possible. This means that developers can roll out updates to their applications on a continuous basis. The testing and updating of code goes very fast and this new technique from Atlassian should speed up that process even further.

Developers can develop their own pipes to integrate them with a tool. This makes it easier to automate the processes. Docker containers form the basis for the configuration of the pipes. Bitbucket Pipes are currently available for the following services:

  • AWS S3 storage service
  • AWS Elastic Stable
  • AWS Lambda.
  • Microsoft Azure Storage.
  • Datadog
  • Google App Engine
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • NPM
  • Storage
  • PagerDuty
  • PyPL
  • SCP (secure copy protocol)
  • SFTP (secure file transfer protocol)
  • SonarCloud
  • Slack Notify

All these partner companies supply the pipes themselves. They also ensure that the systems remain up-to-date as much as possible. Atlassian expects to add more services to the portfolio at a later date. Developers who already use Bitbucket Pipes can find these new pipes in the online .yml-editor. New users must log in to create a repository and enable Bitbucket Pipes.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.