Hi Atlassian community,
Aneita Yang, Product Manager from the Bitbucket Pipelines team here. I’m proud to announce a brand new way to build powerful, automated CI/CD workflows inside Pipelines called Bitbucket Pipes.
We built Bitbucket Pipes to solve a problem many teams face when using CI/CD - the tedious, manual, and often error-prone process of creating, updating, and maintaining pipelines. Now with Bitbucket Pipes all you need to do to build your pipeline is select the appropriate pipe you want, provide the variables required for the pipe to run and you’re all set. And because the pipes are supported by the vendor you don’t need to worry about maintaining the configuration yourself!
We’ve partnered with over 15 industry leaders in software development to create almost 40 supported pipes to use at launch, so whether it’s hosting, monitoring, incident management or anything in-between, we’ve got you covered. Best of all you can create your own as well.
Interested to find out more? Check out our launch blog about Bitbucket Pipes and let us know in a comment here what you think. Best of all we’re open to suggestions on new pipes to add so be sure to let us know!
Bitbucket Pipes is part of Pipelines and is free to use, so give it a try today.
For existing Bitbucket Pipelines users, you can find the new Pipes view in the online .yml editor. Read our docs to find out more.
We hope you enjoy the new feature!
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