Quick and dirty way to set up an Atlassian stack

Awhile ago, I bought the atlassian stack. I do not know why I bought it, but I do enjoy tremendously using it. Here is a real quick and dirty way to use it without any hassle.

  1. Install Docker for your distro (Ubuntu, CENTOS, Windows, I really dont care)
  2. Create a docker network (Change the IP to whatever private network class you want)
    1. docker network create --subnet=172.18.0.0/16 atlassian
  3. Run these images
    1. sudo docker run --net atlassian --ip 172.18.0.2 --detach --publish 8080:8080 cptactionhank/atlassian-jira-software:latest
    2. sudo docker run --net atlassian --ip 172.18.0.3 --detach --publish 7990:7990 cptactionhank/atlassian-bitbucket:latest
    3. sudo docker run --net atlassian --ip 172.18.0.4 --detach --publish 8090:8090 cptactionhank/atlassian-confluence:latest
    4. sudo docker run --net atlassian --ip 172.18.0.5 --detach --publish 8085:8085 cptactionhank/atlassian-bamboo:latest
  4. Run through the Atlassian set ups one at a time.
  5. Take note of the image IDs. If your computer restarts or you manually kill the container for some reason, those image IDs will get the container back with a sudo docker start containerID that should be a rare occurrence, but who knows

If for some reason you get a failed on a Bamboo job for permission shit:
chown -R daemon /usr/sbin

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