Automate build and code quality control using Bamboo On Demand

We are using Atlassian on demand products (Jira/Confluence/Gliffy/Greenhoppr) and now looking to add Bamboo to the list but I am not sure if Bamboo on demand can be fully functional.

For example, I would like to use Jmeter, Selenium, and Sonarqube (code quality control) but I can't find a plug in or document that confirms they work in Bamboo On demand.

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The limitation on OnDemand is that you'll only be able to run the plugins already bundled with Bamboo. You will be able to use Selenium, but not JMeter and not Sonarqube.

@Przemyslaw Bruski, is there a list somewhere of which plugins are available with Bamboo OnDemand? – Is it this one here? https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/app/bamboo/popular?hosting=cloud

Tests and Code Analysis for Python/Django?

We are developing with Django (in Python), and what we'd run after "building" the application is:

  1. Static code analysis reports (flake8, Pylint)

  2. Coverage reports (coverage, Coveralls)

  3. Unit tests (py.test)

  4. Acceptance tests / front-end tests (behave, selenium on SauceLabs)

  5. Load tests (e.g. using The Grinder)

None of them are available in Bamboo OnDemand? What if we install them on the EC2 instance, and run them after each build? – That will probably work, but the integration of the resulting reports with Bamboo will lack, correct?

Interestingly, comparable tools for Java or PHP are available as unsupported plugins for the self-hosted Bamboo version (e.g. PMD, Checkstyle, FindBugs, JMeter Aggregator). https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search

Available Plugins for Tests and Code Analysis

I've found those digging in the Marketplace, but I'm not sure whether / how well they integrate with Bamboo OnDemand:

Can you/Atlassian tell us more?

Looks like Django test results can be parsed by Bamboo when they are first converted to JUnit XML reports: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/35809/how-to-parse-django-tests-with-bamboo

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