I Started working on CI Process by creating builds in bitbucket Pipelines cloud (Serverless) and planned to deploy artifacts in Nexus which is in private server.. How to connect this cloud with private server?
There is a knowledge base article titled Use SSH keys in Bitbucket Pipelines that can help you make the connection between BitBucket Pipelines and the on-premise server you would like to deploy from:
You'll want to set up an SSH key in Bitbucket Pipelines if:
In addition, take a look at What are the Bitbucket Cloud IP addresses I should use to configure my corporate firewall?:
Valid IP addresses for Bitbucket Pipelines build environments
You can use these IP ranges to whitelist requests made from your build environments. Note that Bitbucket Pipelines is a shared service and the IP addresses below are used for builds configured by all of our customers. In addition to IP whitelisting, you should use a secure means of authentication for any services exposed to Bitbucket Pipelines.
Valid IP addresses for Bitbucket Pipelines services
You can use this IP range to whitelist requests made by Bitbucket Pipelines services (not your build environments) to external systems such as performing an SSH fingerprint lookup. Note that this IP range may also be used by other Atlassian systems in addition to Bitbucket Pipelines.
Take a look at What are the Bitbucket Cloud IP addresses I should use to configure my corporate firewall? for more port information.
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