Integrating Bamboo with Confluence
Integrating Bamboo with Atlassian's Confluence combines Bamboo's continuous integration capabilities with your wiki to give you a unified view of your software development project.
When Bamboo is integrated with Confluence, you can add the following Bamboo gadgets to a Confluence wiki page:
Configuring Bamboo and Confluence to work together simply requires you to set up an application link (two-way) between Confluence and Bamboo.
Version 5.2 or later
Version 3.5.9 or later
Set up an application link
- Security Considerations — The instructions below recommend setting up authentication for the application link between Confluence and Bamboo. Please ensure that you read the Security implications for each authentication type (Applinks documentation). For example, if you use basic HTTP authentication for the Confluence to Bamboo link, you must specify a user that Confluence uses to log in to Bamboo. Hence, this user's Bamboo permissions will be used (not the Bamboo permissions of the user who is currently logged into Confluence).
Follow the Linking to Another Application instructions to configure the application link in Confluence.
- You will need to set up a two-way link, i.e. select the Create a link back to this server option when adding the application link.
- You will need to configure either OAuth or Trusted Apps authentication for your application link. See Linking to Another Application for instructions.
Congratulations! You have successfully integrated Bamboo and Confluence.
Try your new configuration
You may wish to read about how to use these two applications together in the following pages:
- Add Bamboo gadgets to Confluence, see Registering External Gadgets (Confluence documentation).