Author Archives: Joshua Tjhin

Bringing you speed, power and flexibility with 12 new features in Bitbucket Pipelines.

We launched Bitbucket Pipelines less than a year ago as a fully hosted CI/CD service that lives next to your code. By having Pipelines integrated with Bitbucket Cloud, setting it up is effortless – teams don’t need to sign up for another service, connect repositories …

Scheduled pipelines now available in Bitbucket Pipelines

Bitbucket Pipelines makes it quick and easy to get fast feedback when changes are committed. However, there are many use cases where builds need to be run on both changes to the code base and on a regular schedule. Some examples include: Nightly builds that take longer …

Faster builds with dependency caching

One of the key principles behind the design of Pipelines was quick developer feedback on changes committed. After all, machines are cheap but your developers’ time isn’t. This principle influenced how we chose to price pipelines to provide unlimited concurrency, …

Links in Bitbucket Pipelines logs

Here’s a small but useful improvement we added last month to Bitbucket Pipelines. You no longer need to copy and paste URLs from logs into your browser as Bitbucket will automatically turn them into links. Convenient for jumping to your deployed application! Try Bitbucket …

Generate SSH keys for Bitbucket Pipelines

Configuring SSH access to servers for your builds and deployments on Bitbucket Pipelines used to be a real pain. We had a manual process that involved generating keys locally, then base64 encoding them to pass through environment variables in your build. You also needed …