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Triggers in bamboo environments



I have a requirement to deploy a SCM with a specific requirement. When a developer pushes code to the repo, the SCM should start a build and deploy it to a development environment. If the developer is OK with the application, then he or she should be able to manually click on a button (or some other manual interaction) and then, the SCM should deploy that code to a QA server. The QA team will test the app, and if it's OK they will manually acknowledge the build and in turn the SCM will deploy to a third environment (and so on).

Is this scenario possible to achieve with bamboo (or maybe Jira+bamboo)? We are currently using both jira and bitbucket.


Thanks a lot!!


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This is where you can use deployment projects in Bamboo. You can define multiple environments and manually push the deploy button to promote a release from one environment to another.

Check out and related pages to see if it will help you.

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