Author Archives: Matt Ryall

Pipelines stocking stuffers: test reporting, Docker run and large builds

We’ve recently added a few tasty new features to Bitbucket Pipelines that we wanted to share with you before the holiday break. Here’s what Bitbucket Santa has put under the tree for our good Pipelines customers this December. (Naughty customers should close …

Bitbucket Deployments: flexibility meets CD best practices

We believe development tools are more powerful when they provide flexibility but also steer teams towards the practices that help them succeed. In the design of Bitbucket Deployments in Bitbucket Cloud, we’re using our experience working with thousands of customers …

Confidence to release early and often: Introducing Bitbucket Deployments

Teams are deploying code faster than ever, thanks to continuous delivery practices and tools like Bitbucket Pipelines. But this has caused a huge problem: it’s hard keeping up with all the deployments and knowing where things are at. In teams adopting continuous delivery, …

Bitbucket Pipelines can count! (Builds are now numbered)

We’ve heard your feedback loud and clear – Bitbucket Pipelines needed build numbers, something you can use as a unique numeric identifier in your build and deployment pipeline. Today I’m happy to announce that we’ve shipped $BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER …

Speed up your builds with Pipelines command duration

Every team wants fast feedback from their CI system, which is why we’ve just added command durations to all Pipelines builds. Knowing which parts of your build take the longest gives your team the information to speed up your build and shorten your team’s feedback …

Bitbucket Pipelines adds support for Alpine Linux

We’re big fans of both Node.js and Docker at Atlassian, and Bitbucket has seen some great adoption among these communities. So when we were recently contacted by the maintainers of the node-docker project to see whether Bitbucket Pipelines could support their Docker …