I am using Bamboo and Bitbucket for Chef cookbook development. I have each cookbook in its own repository under a single project in Bitbucket Server. I have currently about 25 cookbooks with more planned but the problem I'm going to run into is having to specify a build plan for every single cookbook, along with a corresponding deployment plan. As this project matures, I see this becoming a confusing mess.
I want to know if it's possible to have Bitbucket call the build plan upon commit to a specific repository and provide Bamboo with the repository name that was modified. I have the full application link between Bamboo and Bitbucket Server. I have tried configuring this, but whenever I specify Bitbucket as my source countrol, I'm forced to choose a repository (Linked repository).
Does anyone know how to configure this type of scenario? Switching to a monolithic repository or otherwise combining all cookbooks into a single repository is out of the question.
That is how it will work. You will have separate plans for each repository and will have a deployment plan for that.
If you are looking to have a single plan for all the repositories, that won't have happen unless you write some serious customization.
I would prefer to automate the creation of separate plans instead!
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