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Display bamboo plan data across servers

Use case:

Bamboo server 1 is a hub for all our plans (everybody goes to this server to lookup logs, results, etc.). Bamboo server 2 executes some plans. We want bamboo server 1 to be the one-stop shop for all plans.


Is it possible that bamboo server 1 shows the results of plans executed by bamboo server 2.

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Hello Javier, 


The best way to do this would be to setup Server 1 as the Bamboo server, and then on the second machine install a Bamboo Remote agent. This way the second machine will only be used to process build tasks while the server instance will manage users, build queueing, logs, and results. 

Please see Bamboo Agent for more information, and Bamboo Remote Agent Installation Guide for setup instructions.

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Aaron Brown
Bamboo Support Engineer


Thanks for your answer, though it's not quite what I was asking for,

Simplifying the use case, we would like to have a bamboo server for active plans and another for archived plans. We would still need to be able to access the archived plans from the active bamboo server (one-stop shop for all plans across the company)

Aaron B. Atlassian Team Jan 03, 2018


Unfortunately Bamboo does not have the capabilities required to implement such functionality. You'll need to run separate instances and access them independently. 

Aaron Brown
Bamboo Support Engineer

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