Identity Federation for AWS 2.15 Upgrade Notes

This page describes known issues as well as changes you should be aware of before deciding whether or not to upgrade to Identity Federation for AWS 2.15.


Consider testing of app upgrades before rollout into critical production environments

As always, best practices suggest to test each app upgrade in a staging environment before rolling it out to critical production environments.


There are no known issues or changes requiring awareness for this upgrade.


Upgrade task for Bamboo home migration

Release 2.15 features an upgrade task that migrates the private secret keys used for encrypting long-term AWS security credentials from the now local home to the new Bamboo Data Center shared home directory – this should be a quick and seamless process, refer to our Bamboo Data Center FAQ for details.

Potential upgrade issue on remote agents

Bamboo might be unable to upgrade apps on running remote/elastic agents:

This long standing upstream issue had been resolved as of Bamboo 5.3. However, there seems to be a regression in Bamboo versions 5.6+, which expose a similar defect.

In case you are affected, this can usually be remedied by restarting the Bamboo server or disabling/reenabling the remote agent.

Please refer to our KB article Unable to execute task due to plugin not being installed for details.

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