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Several queries regarding Bamboo as a CI-CD tool


We have a cross-platform desktop application. We are looking for a CI-CD tool that enables us to run CI-CD tests for the app on windows, linux and macos.

We have further requiremetns as following:

1. Managed agents

2. Stateless agents

3. Scaling or Concurrent builds

While skimming through the bamboo documentation, I was unable to find specific details about platforms supported by bamboo CI server.

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Hello @Pooja Thakrani welcome to the community! :)

From your list of requirements, what are the outcomes you are looking for? Agents in Bamboo will probably fulfill your needs for cross-plataform, as they run on Java 8.

Also, what more specific details were you looking for? On this page on our documentation we describe some information about Bamboo requirements. Do you need some more information?

Lastly, if you are looking for a more custom support, the community might be most optimal place to be. You can make contact through one of our Atlassian Partners or depending on your requirements, you can also reach to our Enterprise services.

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Hey @Victor Debone ,

I wanted to confirm what is meant by "cross-platform". I want a platform that is capable of running an application on native linux, native windows and native osx.

Also, will the bamboo server run on your managed agents or does the user have to provision the agent?

In case bamboo is providing the agents, will those handle auto-scaling on their own?

You can run Bamboo Agent on each of these platforms, you will provide the capabilities and the plans will work on these platforms.

Bamboo can manage agents only with AWS, we call this feature Elastic Agents. They are auto-scaled. Bamboo does not provide managed agents in other platforms or services, but in these cases you can use a standard Remote Agent and provision it.

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