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Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

Hi,

 

We are using Bitbucket for Repository (Version) management and Teamcity for the continuous integration.

 

Now, we are exploring the Talend for some ETL requirements. And, we would like to implement the Talend jobs using the same infrastructure.

 

So,

1. Whether it is feasible? upto what extend?

2. If feasible, how should we implement the architecture?

3. Which all talend tools will be required to implement the same?

 

Please respond at the earliest. As this responses will be pivotal in choosing the appropriate ETL tool or going with custom solution.

 

Regards,

Mitul Vyas

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Re: Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

Hi,

 

Could someone please respond?

 

Regards,

Mitul Vyas

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Re: Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

Any response/solution to this? We are also planing to use TeamCity for Continuous Integration & Bitbucket as Repository management with talend.

Employee

Re: Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

This is already supported and will work.

 

We do support Bitbucket since Talend 6.2.

 

Our Builds are Maven based. While our documentation uses Jenkins as an example how to set up the Maven builds it will equally work in Teamcity, Bamboo or other CI servers that support maven.

 

HTH

Thomas

Thomas Steinborn
Sr. Director Product Management
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Re: Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

Hi Thomas,

 

Could you please elaborate the approach?

 

Moreover, is it possible to implement using Open Studio?

 

Regards,

Mitul Vyas

Employee

Re: Continuous Integration with Teamcity and Repository management with Git (Bitbucket)

Hi Mitul,

 

have a read of our Talend Software Development Life Cycle Best Practices Guide. The capabilities I am talking about are only available in the commercial version.

 

Thomas

Thomas Steinborn
Sr. Director Product Management