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NGINX Host Bamboo Unit Docker Pulls

A Docker container that provides an Atlassian Bamboo unit for NGINX Host.

Features

  • Atlassian Bamboo 5.15.3
  • Apache Maven 3.3.9
  • NGINX Host SSL certificates are automatically imported into Bamboo's JVM so Atlassian application links can easily be created

Usage

Prerequisites

Database

Make sure you have a supported database available either as a container or standalone.

NGINX_UNIT_HOSTS Considerations

It is important that the value of your NGINX_UNIT_HOSTS environment variable is set to a single value and doesn't include wildcards or regular expressions as this value will be used by Bamboo to determine the hostname.

Configuration

It is highly recommended that you use container orchestration software such as Docker Compose when using this NGINX Host unit as several Docker containers are required for operation. This guide will assume that you are using Docker Compose. Additionally, we will use the official PostgreSQL Docker container for our database.

To begin, start with a basic docker-compose.yml file as described in the NGINX Host configuration guide. Then, add a service for the database (named db-bamboo) and the NGINX Host Bamboo unit (named bamboo):

bamboo:
  image: handcraftedbits/nginx-unit-bamboo
  environment:
    - NGINX_UNIT_HOSTS=mysite.com
    - NGINX_URL_PREFIX=/bamboo
  links:
    - db-bamboo
  volumes:
    - data:/opt/container/shared
    - /home/me/bamboo:/opt/data/bamboo

db-bamboo:
  image: postgres
  environment:
    - POSTGRES_USER=user
    - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=password
    - POSTGRES_DB=bamboo
  volumes:
    /home/me/db-bamboo:/var/lib/postgresql/data

Observe the following:

  • We create a link in bamboo to db-bamboo in order to allow Bamboo to connect to our database.
  • We mount /opt/data/bamboo using the local directory /home/me/bamboo. This is the directory where Bamboo stores its data.
  • As with any other NGINX Host unit, we mount our data volume, in this case named data, to /opt/container/shared.

For more information on configuring the PostgreSQL container, consult its documentation.

Finally, we need to create a link in our NGINX Host container to the bamboo container in order to proxy Bamboo. Here is our final docker-compose.yml file:

version: "2.1"

volumes:
  data:

services:
  bamboo:
    image: handcraftedbits/nginx-unit-bamboo
    environment:
      - NGINX_UNIT_HOSTS=mysite.com
      - NGINX_URL_PREFIX=/bamboo
    links:
      - db-bamboo
    volumes:
      - data:/opt/container/shared
      - /home/me/bamboo:/opt/data/bamboo

  db-bamboo:
    image: postgres
    environment:
      - POSTGRES_USER=user
      - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=password
      - POSTGRES_DB=bamboo
    volumes:
      /home/me/db-bamboo:/var/lib/postgresql/data

  proxy:
    image: handcraftedbits/nginx-host
    links:
      - bamboo
    ports:
      - "443:443"
    volumes:
      - data:/opt/container/shared
      - /etc/letsencrypt:/etc/letsencrypt
      - /home/me/dhparam.pem:/etc/ssl/dhparam.pem

This will result in making a Bamboo instance available at https://mysite.com/bamboo.

Running the NGINX Host Bamboo Unit

Assuming you are using Docker Compose, simply run docker-compose up in the same directory as your docker-compose.yml file. Otherwise, you will need to start each container with docker run or a suitable alternative, making sure to add the appropriate environment variables and volume references.

When configuring Bamboo, be sure to select PostgreSQL as your database, db-bamboo as the database hostname, and 5432 as the database port if you configured your database according to the previous section.

Reference

Environment Variables

Please see the NGINX Host documentation for information on the environment variables understood by this unit.

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