Will Bitbucket Pipeline eventually replace Atlassian Bamboo 6?

Hi, I heard that Bamboo cloud has met the EOL(End of Life).

I have used Bamboo Server 6.1.4 recently.

I configured mainly build configurations related to

-Java for Android Studio projects

-C/C++/C# projects

with Bamboo.

I was curious about Bitbucket Cloud's Pipeline feature. If I understood correctly, the Pipeline supports CI (Continuous Integration) and CD (Continuous Delivery).

1. With the Pipeline feature, I can do what I have done with Bamboo 6, such as build trigger, unit testing, refuse push from a user if a due date has passed, right?

2. If so, will Atlassian replace Bamboo Server to Bitbucket Pipeline in the future?

I see the difference that Bamboo can build projects which used Git, Mercurial, Perforce, SVN.
Whereas Bitbucket supports Git and Mercurial, only.

Since Bitbucket doesn't support Perforce or SVN, will Atlassian leave Bamboo server?


-Best Regards

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Hi Minku. Bamboo Cloud has been EOL as we've incorporated Bitbucket Pipelines to the collection. At the moment there are no plans to replace Bamboo with Pipelines, as they're each built for different platforms. We’re still heavily investing in Bamboo Server as an on-premise CD solution. You can learn more about the EOL at Bamboo Cloud end of life.

If you want to compare features between the two of them, you can find a comparison of some of the key features in this third party article Bamboo vs Bitbucket pipelines and more features at Introducing Bitbucket Pipelines.

For more information about Pipelines, you can check Build, test and deploy with Pipelines.

Let us know if you have any questions!


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