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Still unable to deploy to more than one server ?


I'm a beginner to Bamboo, so I may missed something. But from what I found, it is not possible to deploy to more than one server per environment, right ?


How my deployment looks like : 

  • run a couple command via ssh on  a linux box
  • scp some files into that box
  • run some more commands using ssh


the commands, username, sshkey, ... are the same on all of my nine servers, the only think I have to change is the hostname. Do I really have to create 9 "environments" ?


If yes, why is it called "environment" ? should be called "server", it would lead to less confusion, I mean for me, an environment should is like Production, Test, Acceptance, ... and each environment should be able to contain multiple servers.


Giving that, how can I handle deployment to multiple servers without having to maintain 9 different set of tasks (because, yes, the ssh commands I set in my tasks WILL change)


I guess I'm not the only one with such an use case, any advice ?


PS. I've tried with the REST API but unfortunately it is not possible to set a variable on a deploy plan, only on a build plan, see

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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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Feb 10, 2019


I hope the latest version 6.8.0 will cover your request

Also, please, have a look
on marketplace or



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