Bitbucket Pipelines

Build, test and deploy from Bitbucket

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Instant set up

Flip a switch and start building. It's that easy to enable Bitbucket Pipelines. No extra integration steps to connect the repository with your CI tool, no time wasted managing other accounts or setting up build agents.

Unified Experience

Stop jumping between applications! Manage your entire development workflow within Bitbucket, from code to deployment. Select your repository, turn on the Pipelines and you are good to go. No need for a separate tool.

Self-service for teams

Configuration as code enables developers to manage their own continuous delivery workflows. Configure Bitbucket Pipelines by adding a simple bitbucket-pipelines.yml file to the root of your repository. 

Fast feedback loops

Bitbucket Pipelines shows build statuses automatically everywhere you care about them - on branches, commits and pull requests. A quick glance at a pull request and you know if it's ready to be reviewed, merged or if it needs more work. Stay informed without context switching!

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What do I need to run my first build?

A Bitbucket account and a repository. No build agents to install and configure.

What languages are supported?

Node, Ruby, Python, PHP, and more. Anything you can run in a Docker container is supported.

How do I tell Pipelines which repository to use?

By enabling the feature on your repository of choice and adding a bitbucket-pipelines.yml configuration file, Pipelines will automatically run builds on every change pushed.

Where do my builds run?

Builds run in isolated Docker containers on infrastructures that we manage.

Does Pipelines work with Bitbucket Server?

No. We recommend integrating Bamboo and Bitbucket server for behind the firewall continuous delivery.

Does Pipelines work with Mercurial repositories?

Yes, Git and Mercurial repositories are both supported.