Atlassian Cookbooks


#1

Ohai Chefs!

As part of a workshop I’m giving next week we are trying to set up a server
with a recent version JIRA, Bamboo, FishEye, Confluence, etc. (lets see how
far we can get).

Is there anything beyond the Opscode JIRA cookbook that we could base our
work upon?

We only have 2 days for the workshop, so any kickstart we could get from
the community would be a great help for us.

Thanks as lot and happy cooking!
Torben


#2

On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 5:28 AM, Torben Knerr ukio@gmx.de wrote:

As part of a workshop I’m giving next week we are trying to set up a server
with a recent version JIRA, Bamboo, FishEye, Confluence, etc. (lets see how
far we can get).

How far did you get?

I put copies of JIRA, Confluence and Crowd cookbooks from the internal
Opscode repo here a while ago: https://github.com/btm/btm-cookbooks

Bryan


#3

On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 11:54 PM, Bryan McLellan btm@loftninjas.org wrote:

On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 5:28 AM, Torben Knerr ukio@gmx.de wrote:

As part of a workshop I’m giving next week we are trying to set up a
server
with a recent version JIRA, Bamboo, FishEye, Confluence, etc. (lets see
how
far we can get).

How far did you get?

I put copies of JIRA, Confluence and Crowd cookbooks from the internal
Opscode repo here a while ago: https://github.com/btm/btm-cookbooks

Bryan

Hey Bryan,

thanks for asking and pointing to the links again!

We didn’t come close to our goal - it was too ambitious for a bunch of Chef
newbies like us :wink:

For warmup we created a simple motd cookbook, then extended the
subversion::server recipe to manage svn repos + r/w access via databags. We
got the jira cookbook up and running and then time was over already…

Nothing serious, but if you still want to take a peek at it you can find it
here:


https://github.com/tknerr/subversion
https://github.com/tknerr/jira

I’m going to continue working on the atlassian setup as time permits. Once
there is something ready to show I’m happy to share and get your feedback
here on the list. The plan is to have the atlassian services running in a
single tomcat, fronted by apache, and a postgres db in the backend. Also
the plan is to reuse the tomcat, ark, database and postgres cookbooks to do
the grunt work.

Hope I will find some more time soon… :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Torben


#4

On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 12:50 AM, Torben Knerr ukio@gmx.de wrote:

On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 11:54 PM, Bryan McLellan btm@loftninjas.orgwrote:

On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 5:28 AM, Torben Knerr ukio@gmx.de wrote:

As part of a workshop I’m giving next week we are trying to set up a
server
with a recent version JIRA, Bamboo, FishEye, Confluence, etc. (lets see
how
far we can get).

How far did you get?

I put copies of JIRA, Confluence and Crowd cookbooks from the internal
Opscode repo here a while ago: https://github.com/btm/btm-cookbooks

Bryan

Hey Bryan,

thanks for asking and pointing to the links again!

We didn’t come close to our goal - it was too ambitious for a bunch of
Chef newbies like us :wink:

For warmup we created a simple motd cookbook, then extended the
subversion::server recipe to manage svn repos + r/w access via databags. We
got the jira cookbook up and running and then time was over already…

Nothing serious, but if you still want to take a peek at it you can find
it here:
https://github.com/tknerr/cookbooks-motd
https://github.com/tknerr/subversion
https://github.com/tknerr/jira

Btw: while setting up jira I ran into a problem with the openjdk recipe on
a 64Bit Ubuntu 12.04 image:
http://tickets.opscode.com/browse/COOK-1329

Not sure how to properly fix it though…

I’m going to continue working on the atlassian setup as time permits. Once
there is something ready to show I’m happy to share and get your feedback
here on the list. The plan is to have the atlassian services running in a
single tomcat, fronted by apache, and a postgres db in the backend. Also
the plan is to reuse the tomcat, ark, database and postgres cookbooks to do
the grunt work.

Hope I will find some more time soon… :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Torben