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Empowering BitBucket Version Control with Promotion and Distribution

We’re pleased to announce the integration of JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray with Atlassian Bitbucket. This integration provides a unified dashboard that visualizes the entire release pipeline from commit, through CI, quality gates and release for distribution.

The JFrog Bitbucket add-on lets you monitor a build pipeline that is flowing through Bitbucket -> Bamboo -> Artifactory -> Bintray. This post is a quick walkthrough on how to use this addon.

What it does:
Screen Shot 2016-05-16 at 3.41.25 PM

Installing the JFrog add-on is a single step process:

Go to Source Code and click on “Install to Bitbucket” link. This add-on is also available on Atlassian Marketplace. For this use case a working configuration of Bamboo, Artifactory and Bintray is a prerequisite. For more information on how to configure please visit Wiki.

Your Bamboo plan should be configured to perform following:

  • Source checkout from Bitbucket repository.
  • Build Project (Maven, Gradle, Ivy, NPM etc)
  • Publish artifacts to Artifactory using Artifactory Bamboo Plugin
  • Promote build to different stages in Artifactory; e.g. Development to Test, Test to Release.
  • Push build to Bintray using Artifactory Rest API.
  • Set Attributes to build’s artifact in Bintray; e.g. buildName, buildNumber.

 

Configuration:

1. In Bitbucket Settings you will see JFrog Bitbucket Add-on tab containing the following options:

  • Associate Bamboo User
  • Associate Artifactory User
  • Associate Bintray User

Provide appropriate credential and URL to given fields.

2. Go to appropriate repository -> Repository -> Settings.

In Repository Settings you will see JFrog Bitbucket Add-on tab containing the following options:

  • Associate Bamboo Build
  • Associate Artifactory Build
  • Associate Bintray Package

3. Map your repository to the appropriate Bamboo plan, Artifactory build and Bintray package.

Click on link in the left-hand Bitbucket navigation menu (labelled JFrog in the screenshot above).

Support for Atlassian Cloud auth will be available shortly which should simplify this process further.

Click to view the Screencast

Technical details

The add-on is built on top of Atlassian Connect for Bitbucket framework. This system gives remotely hosted, third-party services access to the UI real-estate and internal events of Bitbucket, without having to become part of Bitbucket. It does this by leveraging modern web technologies such as webhooks, REST and cross-domain messaging.

If you’ve enjoyed the Post, or have questions or comments regarding Atlassian Connect Add-on, please hit me up on Github! I’m @jainishshah.

 

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