Hi, how do I configure a continuous integration setup using bamboo,stash and jira

Our company recently implemented and installed JIRA,Bamboo and Stash.Now our company has decided to do a practice of continuous integration using these tools along with Git.I have been given the responsible to do this task but I am little bit confused to get started with I mean where is the starting point?.I have a knowledge of JIRA, Bamboo and Stash administration. It would be a great help for me if you provide me the kind of general steps to complete the continuous Integration process.

Thank you very much in advance and your answer will be highly appreciated.

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Daniel Wester Community Champion Mar 07, 2015

That's a very general request that depends on what you're trying to accomplish. Continuous Integration process can be as simple running a tar command or as complex as running maven/grunt, spinning up servers etc.

Start off with making sure Stash/JIRA, Stash/Bamboo, Bamboo/JIRA are all integrated:



Once that's been done. Get your source into Stash. Set up a build in Bamboo  that links to Stash (that way things will "connect". https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Creating+a+plan Basically recreate the steps that you would do command line in Bamboo.

Once you've done all of that - if you commit and push to Stash and have the JIRA Key in the commit message, Bamboo should automatically trigger and you should get an artifact at the end and the build should show up in JIRA.

I did all those steps as you mentioned above it looks good so far. but now I am getting confused on how to create a build plan for the git flow branching model. I have a project with git flow branching model 

SO what is the best way to configure a build plan for this branching model?

Thank you in advance

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