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Linking Bitbucket Server to Netlify

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One of the challenges facing companies using Atlassian products behind the firewall is how to configure them to get the same functionality offered by their Cloud brethren. At Attomus we love Netlify but setting it up to auto-trigger builds from private repositories on Bitbucket Server running behind a proxy and firewall - is not as simple as one would hope! Having gone through the process ourselves, we thought it could be valuable for others to put together a quick step by step guide; in our example we’ve got an NginX server acting as a proxy facing the internet, with bitbucket running on a private server, and we want to both trigger builds automatically when we commit an update to the repository, and to ensure Netlify has visibility of the code in order to actually build our site.

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