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It is first time i am working on CICD and our team wants to use bitbucket pipelines for the project.
As i have very limited knowledge with CICD and Docker to create bitbucket pipelines, it is challenging to find better resources on the bit-bucket pipelines.
I request the team to recommend me any video series to help beginners like me to understand more about bitbucket pipelines and how to use them and other suggestions would also help me.
Hello @Neehar ,
Welcome to Atlassian Community
The Bitbucket Pipelines platform allows your team to run your build/test/deploy inside a docker container. Essentially, we create containers in the cloud for each of your build steps, and inside these containers you can run commands, as you would normally do in your local machine, but with the advantages of a fresh system, customized and configured for your needs.
You can check out the below documentation for more details on how to get started with the Bitbucket Pipelines :
When you are creating your first pipeline in Bitbucket, you can use one of our several templates that cover a variety of technologies and languages such as NodeJS, PHP, Java, Python, and .NET Core.
You're also welcome to take a look at the Configure bitbucket-pipelines.yml documentation, which covers all the available options you can use when configuring your pipeline.
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you, @Neehar .
Hello @Neehar ,
Here's an example of different pipelines for each branch :
- echo "This script runs on all branches that don't have any specific pipeline assigned in 'branches'."
- echo "This script runs only on commit to the main branch."
image: openjdk:8 # This step uses its own image
- echo "This script runs only on commit to branches with names that match the feature/* pattern."
We also have this documentation with details about all the pipeline triggers available:
Thank you, @Neehar !