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  |  By Dave Parrish
Here at Bitbucket Cloud, we are focused on helping you and your teams have the best possible experience for code review. That's why we continue to add features like batched comments, marking files as viewed, AI-assisted pull request descriptions – and coming very soon, iterative reviews. We also want to give you the best possible experience navigating a pull request, which is why we're proud to be introducing a brand-new layout for pull requests.
  |  By Matt Boulton
Understanding and interacting with code repositories can be frustrating: you often don't get all of the information you need to get your work done efficiently and effectively. Who owns the repository? What are its dependencies? Where do I ask for help about interacting with it? This lack of context around code, and the time it takes to find it somewhere in the bowels of your organization, slows everything down.
  |  By Edmund Munday
Bitbucket cloud is on a mission to become the world’s most extensible cloud SCM and CI/CD product, and we're thrilled to be able to share the next stage of that journey. Upcoming Webinar: Join us for a live-webinar on May 8th/9th, 2024 for a deep-dive into building your own Dynamic Pipelines. Today, we're announcing the release of a new capability in Bitbucket Cloud called Dynamic Pipelines.
  |  By Edmund Munday
Bitbucket Pipelines has seen amazing adoption over recent years, with millions of developers and teams using it to build better software every day. As part of our ongoing commitment to improving performance and reliability, we are in the process of making enhancements to our cloud infrastructure. These changes will also unlock a range of powerful new capabilities for customers that will turbocharge their CI/CD workloads and empower engineers to focus more of their energy on building great software.
  |  By Edmund Munday
As part of the graduation of custom merge checks from open-beta to general availability (GA) that is planned for late-April 2024, we're making a range of changes to several areas of the core Bitbucket Cloud workflow. This includes changes to the core pull request review and authoring experience, as well as changes to how merge checks are configured within a repository. Different changes will be relevant to different audiences, so feel free to use the navigation shortcuts below.
  |  By Edmund Munday
Today, modern software organizations’ requirements for DevOps tooling has become more sophisticated and bespoke. We hear from many customers that they are building large, complex systems to augment and extend their DevOps workflows in ways that don't work well with the tools they're using. This is why Bitbucket Cloud is on a mission to become the world's most extensible cloud SCM and CI/CD product.
  |  By Sarah Goff-Dupont
Use these strategies to align expectations, streamline communication, and crush your goals.
  |  By Edmund Munday
Bitbucket Cloud is excited to announce the general availability release of our integration with Atlassian’s Forge extensibility platform, marking a significant step forward in our journey to build an infinitely extensible code and CI/CD solution; a concept we've labelled the DevOps Automation Platform. Forge is Atlassian's cloud app development platform, allowing developers to host apps on infrastructure that is provisioned, managed, monitored, and scaled automatically by Atlassian.
  |  By Gayatri Ramesh
We are excited to announce that unified user management is now generally available for new Bitbucket Cloud workspaces. Unified user management brings Bitbucket user, group, and product access management to Atlassian Admin. This means that you can manage users across your Atlassian tools in one unified place and connect to external directories via Atlassian Access.
  |  By Sarah Goff-Dupont
Don’t let your retros become stale, check-the-box-and-let’s-get-outta-here exercises that serve no purpose. Use these ideas to keep your team engaged.
  |  By Atlassian
Caterina Curti (Sr. Developer Advocate, Bitbucket Cloud) shows us all the steps required to setup your workspace and repository to create a custom merge check in Bitbucket Cloud to prevent merges that contain exposed secrets.
  |  By Atlassian
In this video, Edmund Munday (Sr. Product Manager, Bitbucket Cloud) will introduce you to Dynamic Pipelines. Dynamic pipelines allow you to inject intelligence and flexibility into your CICD workflows, addressing the challenges of static YAML files. I will be showcasing an internal feature called Manage Builds that automates the entire process of creating CICD workflows, ensuring compliance with best practices & standardising CI/CD across a whole organisation - all whilst maintaining flexibility and autonomy for individual teams.
  |  By Atlassian
Learn how to use Trello with Atlassian University's self-paced training today to learn about core Trello features like cards, boards, and lists.
  |  By Atlassian
Accelerate delivery by sharing CI/CD pipelines across repositories in Bitbucket cloud. This feature allows developers across your team to reuse pipeline scripts without having to copy/paste or rewrite them. Developers can focus on building features while release managers can rest assured that pipeline best practices are followed and code is compliant with their policies. Connect with Atlassian.
  |  By Atlassian
Take a high-level tour of Incident Management in Jira Service Management.
  |  By Atlassian
See how to enable the Jira Security tab, how to install the Snyk Security in Jira integration, how to enable Snyk security scanning in Bitbucket, and how to get vulnerability data from Snyk into the Jira Security tab.
  |  By Atlassian
See how to enable the Jira Security tab, how to install the GitHub Advanced Security integration, how to enable security scanning in GitHub, and how to get vulnerability data from GitHub into the Jira Security tab.
  |  By Atlassian
Watch this brief introduction to learn how Statuspage can halt the flood of support requests during an incident with proactive customer communications.
  |  By Atlassian
This video demonstrates how you can securely manage your secrets on CircleCI. By using project restrictions, security groups, and ODIC you are able to achieve a level of security that should meet any standard. Connect with Atlassian.
  |  By Atlassian
Do you have strict requirements for what needs to happen within your CI/CD system? Look no further as today we will be covering Config Policies on CircleCI. With Config Policies, you are able to dictate what actions must be present or must no be present in your CircleCI configuration. This allows you to have guardrails and governance into what happens on your CI/CD system. Connect with Atlassian.

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