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Remove the barriers between pull request and deployment with Sleuth

Remove the barriers between pull request and deployment with Sleuth

Remove the barriers between pull request and deployment with Sleuth

Track your deploys over time

Detailed view of what goes into a deploy

Rich Slack notifications

Sleuth for Bitbucket models your deploy history and impact to customers.

Sleuth for Bitbucket pulls together your commit history, PRs, issues, feature flags, and more for a single detailed view into what's changing and why.

Real-time Slack notifications fine-tuned to only the information you care about. Consolidate all your DevOps-related notifications into a single, powerful channel.

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Bitbucket Cloud Released 2020-09-29

Summary

First class support for environments and tagging

Installation

  • How to Configure Setting up the integration To set up the Sleuth Bitbucket integration: 1. Click Integrations in the left sidebar, then click Change Sources. 2. In the Bitbucket tile, click enable. 3. You must grant Sleuth access to your Bitbucket account by clicking Grant access in the confirmation dialog. Don't worry, you'll select the Bitbucket repo to connect to your Sleuth project later. 4. On successful integration, you'll see Bitbucket enabled (Connected as <Bitbucket user account>) displayed in the Bitbucket tile. You'll next configure the code deployment to connect your repo to a project.
  • Configuring the integration You now need to add a Bitbucket repo to a Sleuth project. This source of change is the repo the configured Sleuth project will monitor and report in the Dashboard on each and every deploy you make to that repo, along with any other change sources you have connected to your project. To configure the Bitbucket integration: 1. After step #4 above, you will be taken back to the Bitbucket integration tile. On the Bitbucket tile, click the Add code deployment dropdown. 2. Select the Sleuth project you wish to add a chance source to from the dropdown list. 3. In the Add a new Code Deployment change source screen, you must configure which code repo and branch to monitor; give the code deployment a name; select the deploy tracking type; and tell Sleuth whether to lock the target branch if it has unreleased code.

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