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Bitbucket pipelines redundancy / resilience

Hi there,

We're currently looking for a CI offering that can support us in our disaster recovery scenario.

Currently we are using one AWS region only (Sydney) and the scenario we're planning for is a disruption to this region. 

We're wondering if BitBucket Pipelines would still be operational in the case of a disruption/disaster to a given region? 

 

With thanks,
Matt

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SebC Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2018

Hey Matt, 

Bitbucket Pipelines operates in US-east-1 and us-West-1 AWS regions. 

Issues affecting ap-se-2 that do not propagate to other regions (eg. Networking configuration), should not have any affect on Pipelines. 

 

Cheers,

Seb. 

Awesome! Thanks for clarifying for us Seb, much appreciated ^_^

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Hi there,

Bitbucket Pipelines operates in US-east-1 and us-West-1 AWS regions.

Just to clarify, can I assume that Bitbucket Pipelines is regionally fault-tolerant? Or is a customer account's workloads tied to a specific region (either us-east-1 or us-west-1)?

Can I also assume that repositories are stored in us-east-1 and us-west-1 and are protected from a regional failure in one of those regions?

We are using Bitbucket and Bitbucket Pipelines for our workloads in ap-southeast-1 (Singapore). And we want to ensure that Bitbucket and Bitbucket pipelines will work in case of a a regional outage in ap-southeast-1. Where may I find relevant documentation on this?

Thank you

Kind Regards,
Keith

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