Thank you for your interest in our add-ons - please allow me to address your questions separately:
Unfortunately 3rd party add-ons are still not supported in Bamboo Cloud - Utoolity's Tasks for AWS is also affected by this policy, please see our resp. FAQ Will Tasks for AWS be available for Bamboo Cloud (Atlassian OnDemand)? for more details on the background and state of affairs:
[...], Atlassian doesn't allow classic add-ons to be installed in their cloud offerings for security and scalability reasons, rather only those build with the new add-on framework Atlassian Connect - ironically Connect doesn't yet support Bamboo in turn, so we cannot do anything about it at this point and rely on Atlassian closing this gap first [...]
Please watch/vote/comment on the following Atlassian issue to raise awareness for this increasingly relevant limitation:
Supporting AWS CodeCommit in Bamboo Cloud would be subject to the aforementioned restrictions, i.e. we (Utoolity) are not in a position to even consider this until Atlassian provides resp. support for Bamboo Cloud add-ons (see previous answer above).
However, we are very interested in CodeCommit support for Bamboo Server ourselves and have some ideas how to tackle it. This is a notable undertaking though, which requires careful planning and a dedicated development effort and would probably take a while accordingly. It is not currently on our roadmap, but thanks to your inquiry I have now created an issue to gauge interest - please vote for the following Utoolity epic, ideally describing your use case so that we can identify the specific requirements together:
Hi Leena, Have I interpreted your question correctly in that you would (primarily) like to use AWS CodeCommit as a source code repository provider in Bamboo, i.e. similar to how Bitbucket and GitHub are supported? Or are you (also) looking for tasks to manage your repository lifecycle, i.e. something like 'Create/Update/Delete AWS CodeCommit repository'? Thanks, Steffen
Bamboo 5.9 will no longer be supported after June 12, 2017. What does this mean? As part of our End of Life policy, Atlassian supports major versions for two years after the first major iteratio...
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