This page describes how to use BitBucket Pipes to create a CI/CD pipeline for your Kestra flows.

Setup a BitBucket Pipes

Using a basic Kestra image and corresponding Kestra CLI, you can validate and deploy flow from BitBucket repositories through BitBucket Pipes.

Here is a basic pipeline:


image: kestra/kestra

    - step:
        name: 'Validate Kestra flows'
        deployment: staging
          - /bin/sh /app/kestra flow validate flows/ --server $SERVER --tenant $TENANT --user $KESTRA_USER:$KESTRA_PASSWORD

    - step:
        name: 'Deploy Kestra flows'
        deployment: production
          - echo $SERVER
          - echo $KESTRA_USER
          - echo $KESTRA_PASSWORD
          - /bin/sh /app/kestra flow namespace update dev flows/ --server=$SERVER --tenant=$TENANT --user=$KESTRA_USER:$KESTRA_PASSWORD

Variables such as $SERVER, $KESTRA_USER, $KESTRA_PASSWORD (and optionally $TENANT if you're using a Kestra version supporting multi-tenancy) are set in the BitBucket Variable configuration:

BitBucket Pipes Variable

Here, we're using directly the Kestra CLI to:

  1. Validate flows contained in the flows/ directory of the repository.
  2. Deploy flows into the dev namespace to your Kestra instance.

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