Using Bamboo for deployment only?

We are currently using Anthill to deploy our code to our application servers. The code is not in a format that requires any compilation (html, php, coldfusion, js, etc). We do heavily rely on JIRA and Confluence for our development process, and would like to tie in our deployment method with JIRA.

From people's experience, has it made sense to use Bamboo for deployment only?

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Hi Cesar,

We use Bamboo to deploy our website (HTML, CSS and Javascript) to our webserver. In paritcular we use the SCP Task to transfer files to our Linux webserver. There is also a SSH Task if we need to move files around the server or change file permissions.



Hey when you need to deploy updates to your website, do you deploy all of the files or just the updated ones?

Hi Cesar,

Yes, you can make use of Bamboo to perform your deploy actions. Any kind of command line automated task can be done using Bamboo.


Lucas Lima

Lucas, Thank you for the response. I knew it was possible to do so, but I just wanted to get some "real world" experience to see if it is viable.

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