The vast majority of our organization uses Bamboo for our CICD pipelines. It handles building our applications, running code quality and …
Bamboo is being used by our Organization to continuously deploy to our internal applications and environments. It is mainly used by …
Bamboo is used across our organization as a goal and employee review mechanism, as well as for hiring. It streamlines the feedback/review …
Bamboo is used as part of our engineering toolchain to automate our build, release, and deploy processes. Whenever code changes occur, …
Bamboo is used along with our Atlassian suite of applications and mainly by the development team and client services. Since our company …
We use Bamboo for our builds due to the capability for deployment pipelines as code. The developers create code to populate their build …
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We originally used Bamboo as our continuous integration and deployment server that was connected to our Bitbucket repository. We had …
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The most common users of Bamboo are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Software industry.
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- Code quality is improved with automated enforcement
- Deployment and rollback of applications has become fast and easy, minimizing production impact when (self-inflicted) issues occur
- Teams are managing their own pipelines, limiting the need for dedicated DevOps teams
- Faster deployments, more revenue
- Implementation of new environments
- It has consolidated what was a lengthy employee review process into something streamlined.
- It compiles and streamlines the hiring process so that everyone can provide feedback in one place.
- Getting feedbacks quickly on code changes allows us to catch bugs early, making fixes much cheaper than if caught later in the process.
- Build and deploy processes are standardized and do not rely on any particular engineer anymore.
- Easily pays for itself in time saving.
- Fewer products required for same results.
- Bamboo has helped us develop software faster and deploy software more reliably.
- Seamless set up for CI / CD
- Repeatable performance to see workloads getting built.
- Good integration with other tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams.
- Bamboo was neither very positive or negative. Most of our spend was in man hours on research and development
- We felt it was worth it for larger projects
- Smaller projects had too much setup and run and caused a negative ROI
- It helped us achieve the Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration goals for our applications, a huge milestone that saved a lot of time for developers in making the builds and deployments and saved time for QA in running the automated tests.
- Helped with DevOps: we moved the formal approval from the email to the system and allowed the approver to actually push the button for the production deployments.
- Biggest positive impact of using Bamboo is that it improved our response time to customers and increased the frequency of our deliveries to them.
- Around the clock application monitoring through scheduled automated testing script runs is invaluable. Hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars in transactions saved.
- Time saved from diagnosing and investigating software issues with the help of Atlassian support, as compared to time spent investigating and diagnosing issues with open-source alternatives.
- Time saved from general workflow process, Bamboo makes it very seamless and simple.
- Bamboo took us from a scheduled build to a true CI/CD based build, where we can get feedback in less than 5 minutes on whether a build is good or not.
- Bamboo reduced scheduling overhead by utilizing a triggering system to initiate integration and deployment tests, rather than us waiting for extra time after scheduled builds "just to make sure" the build was done. There's no waste time in the build process now!
- As I mentioned previously, the only real negative to Bamboo has been its licensing model. Right now, we're comfortable with the number of build agents we've deployed, but we'll have to look to invest further as we have additional streams being built simultaneously.
- Although for only $10/mo for 10 jobs for 1 remote agent, it's a solid option for those ready to use enterprise-ready tools.
- You get instant feedback if the code you just pushed failed to build, or failed tests, which allows for quicker fixes.
- Better build management meant faster and safer deployment.
- Not sure that you can put a numerical value on "stress", but implementing a continuously integrated environment and removing developer needs to access a production server has reduced to stress level of a number of administrators.
- A big benefit of using Bamboo is knowing that once objects are committed to source control they are going to make their way to the production server, and if there are issues, Bamboo is going to notify the group.
- The dashboard makes identifying issues quick and easy and provides links to extensive logging to same time.
- Better CI saved us time
- Better Code quality
- Multiple users were abel to work due to CI
- Speed of delivery is improved, because we have faith that a build is reproducible
- Less time troubleshooting and setting up build servers, since Bamboo allows for the abstractions in virtual machine or container format
- Fewer full time employees needed to manage development resources and deployments, since it is all automated
- I haven't been able to measure actual dollar value here, but I'd guess in just time saved alone (in setup, ease of use, etc.), we have probably saved a couple thousand dollars by going with Bamboo (due to our extensive use of other Atlassian products).
- On the flip side, since Atlassian has decided to shut down Bamboo as a cloud service, we will be spending that money saved on figuring out a new solution. :-/
- The ability to deploy code rapidly has improved on our agile velocity.
- Business concerns are fixed quicker as a result of being able to get code out to stakeholders ASAP.
- Bamboo allows us to automatically build our software on all supported platforms at once allowing developers to not have to have the ability locally to build on all platforms.
- Bamboo allows us to immediately find compilation problems with our builds making sure we stay on top of things and don't push them off to a later time.
- It is safe to say that without Bamboo our organization would find things a lot more complex. Bamboo makes it simple to make sure our software is building correctly a lot of the time.
- Reduction of excessive customized build configurations - by centralizing configurations and managing permissions, we have reduced build times from hours to tens of minutes.
- Uptick in debugging complexity - complex scripts and partitioning of jobs and tasks have made debugging builds difficult.
- Helped us automate our build process
- Gives us build status on a nice dashboard
- Minimal installation fuss