How to Install and Configure the Netsparker Cloud Scan Bamboo Plugin

Bamboo is an automation server that enables software developers to build automation into their projects by supplying plugins. Bamboo functionality can be extended by using our new Netsparker Cloud Scan Bamboo plugin.

This article explains how to use the new Netsparker Cloud Bamboo plugin to integrate Netsparker Cloud with Bamboo in order to enable our advanced integration functionality.

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Downloading and Installing Netsparker Cloud Scan’s Bamboo Plugin

The Netsparker Cloud Scan Bamboo plugin is packaged into a jar file called netsparkercloud-bamboo-plugin.jar. This package has been tested and approved for Bamboo version 6.4.0+.

To Download and Install the Netsparker Cloud Scan Bamboo Plugin

  1. Open Netsparker Cloud. From the menu, select Integrations, then New Integrations

    integrations menu in netsparker cloud

  2. From the Continuous Integration Systems panel, select Bamboo. The Bamboo Plugin Installation and Usage window is displayed.

    bamboo plugin installation and usage

  3. Click Download the plugin, and save the file to a location of your choice.
  4. Open Bamboo.
  5. From the Bamboo Administration dropdown, click Add-ons. The Global Settings window is displayed.

    bamboo administration of add-ons for netsparker cloud

  6. From the Add-ons section, Click Upload add-on.
  7. Select the netsparkercloud-bamboo-plugin.jar file you downloaded previously, and upload.

    bamboo add-on upload for netsparker cloud

  8. Finally, refresh the page.

Configuring the Bamboo Project

Each Bamboo project has its own plans. Each plan has its own jobs which contains tasks. To use The Netsparker Cloud Scan task, it must be added to a job.

How to Configure the Bamboo Project

  1. Open Bamboo. In the Administration window, from the Add-ons section of the main menu, click Netsparker Cloud. The Global Netsparker Cloud API Settings window is displayed. 

    configuring bamboo project for netsparker cloud

  2. In the API Settings section, enter the API credentials: Netsparker Cloud Server URL and API Token.
  3. Click Test Connection.
  4. Click Save.
  5. From the main menu, click Projects. The Projects window is displayed.

    selecting netsparker cloud in bamboo projects

  6. Under projects window, select the project to which you want to add the Netsparker Cloud Scan plugin. The project’s window is displayed. 

    netsparker cloud scan plugin in bamboo

  7. Under The project’s window, select the plan to which you want to add the Netsparker Cloud Scan plugin. The plan’s window is displayed.
  8. Click Actions then click configure plan. The Plan Configuration window is displayed.
  9. Under the stages tab, select a job which you want to add the Netsparker Cloud scan task. The Tasks window is displayed. 

    bamboo tasks window netsparker cloud

  10. Click Add task, then select Netsparker Cloud Scan Task. The Netsparker Cloud Scan Task configuration window is displayed. 

    adding task for netsparker cloud

  11. From the  Netsparker Cloud Scan Task configuration window,  select the relevant Scan Settings. 

    selecting relevant scan settings in bamboo for netsparker cloud

  12. Finally, click Save.

Viewing Netsparker Scan Results in Bamboo

When the build has been triggered, you can view the scan results in the (under build results page) Netsparker Scan Result tab.

How to View Netsparker Scan Results in Bamboo

  1. Open Bamboo. On your Build Result window, click the Netsparker Cloud Report tab. If the scan is not yet finished, a warning message is displayed. 

    viewing netsparker cloud results in bamboo

  2. When the scan has been completed, the scan results within the NETSPARKER CLOUD EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT, are displayed. 

    displaying netsparker cloud executive summary report in bamboo

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