Remote actions with Amazon Web Services – notify and automate all the things from your Bamboo and Jira workflows, and Jira Service Desk rules:
Run remote actions from Bamboo, Jira, and Jira Service Desk:
- Automate with AWS notification recipient (Bamboo) – run remote actions with AWS from plan level and system level Bamboo notifications.
- Automate with AWS task (Bamboo) – run remote actions with AWS from Bamboo jobs in builds and deployment projects.
- Automate with AWS post function (Jira) – run remote actions with AWS from Jira workflow post functions.
- Automate with AWS then action (Jira Service Desk) – run remote actions with AWS from Jira Service Desk automation rules.
Relay and process Bamboo notifications, Bamboo task executions, Jira workflow transitions, and Jira Service Desk automation rule executions with:
- Invoke Lambda Function – process Atlassian workflow events with AWS Lambda, which lets you "run code without provisioning or managing servers".
- Publish SNS Message – relay Atlassian workflow events via Amazon's Simple Notification Service (SNS), a "fully managed push notification service that lets you send individual messages or fan-out messages to large numbers of recipients".
- Put CloudWatch Events – relay Atlassian workflow events via Amazon's CloudWatch Events bus, which lets you "match events and route them to one or more target functions or streams".
- Put Systems Manager Parameter – store Atlassian workflow data within AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store and reuse parameters and secrets in subsequent automation scenarios.
- Start Step Functions Execution – process Atlassian workflow events with AWS Step Functions, which lets you "coordinate the components of distributed applications and microservices using visual workflows".