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How to Deploy the built code to the physical device?

I have three repositories containing code for different tasks, and I've set up Bitbucket Pipelines with a YAML file to build and scan the code. The resulting artifacts are saved within Bitbucket itself. Now, I'm faced with the challenge of deploying these scripts to a physical device, specifically a milling machine.

First question: Is it possible to accomplish this task?

If the answer is yes, I'd like to explore the best methods to achieve it and the steps involved in doing so.

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Theodora Boudale
Atlassian Team
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Oct 25, 2023

Hi Basavaraj and welcome to the community!

Bitbucket Pipelines can deploy code to another server, as long as that server has a public IP address or domain name and it is accessible over the internet (or at least from the IPs that Pipelines environments use).

I am not familiar with milling machines, so, the way to deploy these scripts then from a server of yours to the milling machine is probably a question for the machine's manufacturer.

Deploying from Pipelines to a server is possible for example, via scp, rsync, ftp, or sftp. We have pipes that use each of these utilities:

It is also possible to connect to a server via SSH and execute a command or script on this server:

Kind regards,

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