Using Tasks for AWS


Tasks for AWS is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) integration app that provides tasks for your Atlassian DevOps workflows – provision and operate Amazon Web Services resources from Bamboo build and deployment projects for development, testing and disaster recovery scenarios.

Getting started

  1. (Optional) Ensure there is at least one AWS Connector with System scope available – refer to Providing AWS Security Credentials for details.
    • (lightbulb) While Tasks for AWS still works without Identity Federation for AWS (Bamboo), using shared AWS Connectors is highly recommended due to the implied organizational and security benefits.
  2. (Optional) Decide whether and how you want to maintain your task configuration as code – refer to Providing task configuration as code for details.
  3. Start building and deploying with the available tasks.

Using tasks

AWS CloudFormation

AWS CodeDeploy

AWS Elastic Beanstalk

AWS Lambda

AWS OpsWorks

AWS Security Token Service (STS)

AWS Systems Manager (SSM)

AWS Step Functions

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)

Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR)

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS)

Amazon S3

Using Bamboo variables

All tasks support configuration via Bamboo variables: variables can be substituted in task parameters for AWS resource management, and variables are automatically defined from AWS resources affected by a task – refer to Injecting task configuration via Bamboo variables for details.

How-to Articles

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)