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Informatica PowerCenter Continuous integration using bamboo

Hi,

I would like to know first, can we achieve continuous integration or continuous delivery using Bamboo?

If Yes then I would be needing help in terms of document or useful link. Which will me to understand concept and configuration in between Informatica and Bamboo. And based on my understanding and knowledge I can implement it. 

Thanks in advance!

-Swapnil

 

 

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Hi Swapnil,

Informatica Powercenter is based on Jenkins. This is the all I know about it.
There is a bunch of comparisons between Jenkins and Bamboo all over the internet which can be useful to show you the main differences between them. We have a small document showing some advantages Bamboo has over Jenkins: Bamboo Server vs. Jenkins

You can use the following links to get a better understanding of how Bamboo works and allowing you give your first steps.

We hope it helps.

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