Use the Start Systems Manager Automation Execution action from Bamboo tasks and notifications, Jira workflow transitions and Jira Service Management automation rule executions to simplify common maintenance and deployment tasks of Amazon EC2 instances and other AWS resources via AWS Systems Manager Automation. Automation enables you to do the following.:
You can use the Start Systems Manager Automation Execution action with the following integrations:
The Start Systems Manager Automation Execution action requires sufficient IAM permissions - an adequate IAM policy similar to the one provisioned by the Automation with AWS (Core) CloudFormation template might look as follows:
You can inject contextual variables into the remote action payload, refer to Entity Variables for details.
Event Data for Systems Manager Automation
This is an opinionated example skeleton to illustrate operating AWS resources from Atlassian products – refer to the StartAutomationExecution API action for details on these and other available fields.
Put Systems Manager Parameter skeleton - Atlassian Workflow Event
"TopicArn" : ["arn:aws:sns:eu-west-1:288727192237:aaws-quickstart-20170605-AutomationWithAWSQuickstartSNSTopic-12OFAKNZ2KKNR"],
"Message": ["Automation with AWS (start automation execution): $event.simpleName with trace ID $event.traceId triggered at $event.timestamp and published indirectly via Systems Manager Automation."]
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