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Snyk - Atlassian Bitbucket Integration
Atlassian Bitbucket account
Atlassian Bitbucket App Password
Atlassian Bitbucket Pipeline Variables
DevOps Pipeline with Bitbucket Cloud and Kubernetes
DevSecOps with Bitbucket Cloud
Snyk Security for Bitbucket Cloud
Broker for Bitbucket Data Center
The next step is to select which Snyk Organization we want to store our scan results against. Simply use the pulldown menu to select the desired organization and click
We will need to generate an
Atlassian App passwor
d to allow Snyk access to your repository. Click on the
Create an App Password
link as shown below.
You can provide any name of your choosing, but for this example, we are naming our App Password as
Note the permissions needed above.
When complete, click
and watch for the token to be displayed.
Let's copy the token and go back to our other tab to paste it.
Once you paste the token click
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