How do you make a bamboo release?

by Rachel K|27 Mar 2021|Engineering|Graphics Software|72 views
Running a Bamboo build when releasing a version
  1. Go to the project that your version is in, and then click Releases > your desired version.
  2. On the version page, click the Release button.
  3. The release build dialog will be displayed.
  4. Enter the build details for the release: No Build.
  5. Click Release. The Bamboo build will run.

Thereof, how do I manage a release in Jira?

  1. Go to the project that your version is in.
  2. Click Kanban board.
  3. Click the Release menu. A list of unreleased versions will be displayed, depending on the versions that are set for the issues in the right-most column.
  4. Select the version to release.
  5. Enter the details for the release, then click Release.

One may also ask, what is Bamboo website?

Website. Bamboo is a continuous integration and continuous deployment server developed by Atlassian. Although initially available both as an on-premises and cloud computing service, in May 2016 it was announced that the cloud version would be discontinued by end of January 2017.

What is a release artifact?

A release is a collection of artifacts in your DevOps CI/CD processes. An artifact is a deployable component of your application. Azure Pipelines can deploy artifacts that are produced by a wide range of artifact sources, and stored in different types of artifact repositories.

What is deployment artifacts?

A deployment artifact (or a build ) is the application code as it runs on production: compiled, built, bundled, minified, optimized, and so on. Most often, it's a single binary, or a bunch of files compressed in an archive. In such a state, you can store and version an artifact.

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