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Is it technically possible to use ECS for remote bamboo agent for CD instead of using EC2 instances?

Want to have ephemeral agents instead of dedicate remote bamboo agents on EC2 instances

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Yevhen Atlassian Team Apr 24, 2022

@asd asd though it's not officially supported I don't see why you can't deploy remote Bamboo agents to ECS. Technically, it should be like running a remote agent on a Docker host. If you want to launch agents on demand and shut them down, you'll need to write own plugin/automation for that. If you want to have remote agents running in ECS all the time, it should not be more difficult than running them on a remote Docker host. Of course, you need to make sure the right Bamboo server ports are available (server and JMS) for agents.

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Hello @asd asd

Not ECS exactly, but we have Kubernetes support. Check this link:

Regards,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

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