- Local and cloud build agents
- Building and packaging your code
- Running unit tests
- Inspecting code quality
- Creating artifacts
- Continuous delivery
- Setting the permissions of build and deployment projects
- Sending out notifications and configuring SMTP in Bamboo
- Administering Bamboo
Skill Level Beginner
- [Aref] Welcome to Continuous Integration with Bamboo course where you will learn how to build and deploy you code automatically using Atlassian Bamboo. My name is Aref and I will be leading you through this course. I have a master's degree in software engineering and I currently work as a technology manager for a leading e-commerce company here in Sydney, Australia. Bamboo is a feature rich and sophisticated continuous integration and delivery product which has been in the market for quite a few years.
I designed this course for developers and DevOps engineers who want to be more efficient while applying continuous integration and delivery on their projects. By the end of this course, you'll be able to set up Bamboo, set up local and cloud build agents, build and test your code and eventually deploy your project to different environments such as the staging and production. In this course, we start from very basic topics and build our way to advanced topics, so you really don't need to have any prior knowledge or experience of working with Bamboo.
I hope that you enjoy taking the course and you learn a lot.
1. Build Agents
2. Building and Packaging Your Code
3. Code Quality
4. Continuous Delivery
5. Administering Bamboo
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