How to setup a Bamboo Elastic Agent AMI

Having following the instructions on creating a custom Elastic Image, I have a question regarding Bamboo prerequisites.

I have installed the Bamboo prerequisites packages as document on this page

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Creating+a+Custom+Elastic+Image

The following package makes reference to Java class files are are *not* located on the Image. In particular the shell script require a Java class: ElasticAgentBootstrap.class

wget https://maven.atlassian.com/content/repositories/atlassian-public/com/atlassian/bamboo/atlassian-bamboo-elastic-image/1.0/atlassian-bamboo-elastic-image-1.0.zip
mkdir /opt/bamboo-elastic-agent
tar xzC /opt/bamboo-elastic-agent -f atlassian-bamboo-elastic-image.zip

How do I get the ElasticAgentBootstrap class on the image??

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An installer for elastic images has been created and is included with Bamboo 3.4, which should be available within a week.

If you want to get the assembly for Bamboo 3.3, please follow the archived instructions (have a look at section 5.3 ) : http://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=269979725

That is great news! Would you know if the installer will support a debian OS?

It will work on Debian. It will install an up to date agent assembly on an instance and create the relevant directories. You willl still need to hook it up to the startup scripts.

Ideally, an installer for creating an Elastic Image would be great. Anyone know if this is in the roadmap?

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An installer for elastic images has been created and is included with Bamboo 3.4, which should be available within a week. This will make instance setup process considerably simpler.

If you want to get the assembly for Bamboo 3.3, please follow the archived instructions (have a look at section 5.3 ) : http://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=269979725

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