Bamboo 8.1 リリース ノート

Bamboo リリース ノート



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2021 年 12 月

We are proud to present Bamboo 8.1.

Take some time and read through release notes to learn what we've prepared for you in this release. Swing by our upgrade notes  to check for any breaking changes if you plan to upgrade and don’t forget to check out the full list of resolved issues.

Install Bamboo Data Center on Kubernetes


If you're running self-managed environments and looking to adopt modern infrastructures, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket Data Center, and Bamboo Data Center can now be deployed on Kubernetes clusters.

Kubernetes を活用することで、組織のインフラストラクチャを効率的に利用できます。製品を簡単にスケールアップおよびダウンし、ワークロードを管理したりスケジューリングしたりすることができます。これにより、組織の規制要件を損なうことなく、大規模な管理エクスペリエンスを簡素化しながら、チーム間の俊敏性を高めることができます。

We offer Helm charts on GitHub for installing and operating Atlassian products on a Kubernetes cluster of your choice.

Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes that allows you to package, configure, and deploy applications and services onto Kubernetes clusters. Helm uses a packaging format called charts, which are collections of files that describe a related set of Kubernetes resources.

The Kubernetes cluster can be a managed environment, such as Amazon EKSAzure Kubernetes ServiceGoogle Kubernetes Engine, or a custom on-premise system.


Head to Running Data Center products on a Kubernetes cluster to find out how it works.

Bamboo Data Center now with support for single sign-on


For admins looking to simplify user management in Bamboo Data Center, we now provide support for SAML 2.0, OpenID Connect, and Crowd single sign-on right out of the box. All of these solutions integrate into your existing infrastructure, providing developers with a more secure and hassle-free way to log in.

We support a large list of popular identity management providers including Okta, OneLogin, Azure, Active Directory (ADFS), Bitium, and PingOne.

On top of that, you can also use just-in-time user provisioning and blocking authentication with username and password in the login portal and API calls.

Learn more about SSO for Atlassian Data Center and Server applications

The primary repository’s SSH key is now shared with submodules


When Bamboo runs the checkout task on a Git, Bitbucket Server, Bitbucket Cloud or GitHub repository with submodules, it’ll now use the primary repository’s SSH key to authenticate with the submodules.

Learn more about linking source code repositories

Improved feature parity between Java and YAML Bamboo Specs


We’ve added more features to the plan and deployments configuration with YAML Specs: other plugins, trigger repositories and trigger conditions, artifact handlers and plan dependencies.

Data Center Apps approval program


App vendors can check if their apps are compatible with Bamboo DC and work efficiently with large numbers of concurrent builds, hundreds of plans, and deployment projects.

Learn how to submit your DC app for review

Submit your DC app for review here

Improved Bamboo Server and Agent Docker images


We’ve aligned Bamboo Docker images with other Data Center products by adding new Tomcat and database properties to configure proxy settings, connection pool details, and unattended installation. Learn more

Added support for the OpenSSHv1 key format and the ED25519 SSH key encryption algorithm


If you want to secure the communications between Bamboo and your linked repositories, you can now set up SSH authentication with keys using the OpenSSHv1 key format. Additionally, we’ve added support for the ED25519 key encryption algorithm.

Learn how to manage trusted keys

Added support for utf8mb4 character set encoding in MySQL


Bamboo now supports MySQL databases created with utf8mb4 character set encoding and utf8mb4_bin collation.

Learn more about creating and configuring MySQL databases


最終更新日 2023 年 6 月 1 日


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