Bitbucket

Bitbucket

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Score 8.2 out of 100
Bitbucket

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9 out of 10
January 22, 2020
  1. Bitbucket is used across the whole organization.
  2. Helpful in continuous integrations.
  3. Helpful in incremental builds if used along with other …
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Free (up to 5 users)

$0

On Premise
per month

Standard

$3

On Premise
per user/per month

Premium

$6

On Premise
per user/per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services
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Product Details

What is Bitbucket?

Bitbucket from Australian-headquartered Atlassian offers source code management and version control.

Bitbucket Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo

Frequently Asked Questions

Bitbucket from Australian-headquartered Atlassian offers source code management and version control.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 8.3.

The most common users of Bitbucket are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Software industry.
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Reviews and Ratings

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Shivang Kar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I have used GitLab and GitHub in the past. While GitLab is good if you are finding an open source solution for your code management and GitHub is good for the open source contribution, Bitbucket is an ideal choice to build an enterprise level product. The ecosystem that Jira has created along with Bitbucket, it helps elevate your organisation.
ANurag Tamrakar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
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When we make the choice of using BitBucket at that time we didn't have a choice. It was better than GitHub but nowadays GitHub is not just a source control tool it's a DevOps platform. If we talk about GitLab it is even better than GitHub. We're in the process to phase out BitBucket and start using GitLab.
Ravi Khunt | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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- Bitbucket provides more and flexible features than GitHub, like : we can integrate with Jira workflows.
- Bitbucket has better pricing as compared to GitHub which is more cost effective.
- You can use bitbucket for free for up to five users, also with unlimited repositories.
- Bitbucket is part of Atlassian since 2010, so we can consider it is more feasible.
- Bitbucket provides very good semantic search facility.
Carlos Eduardo de Souza | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Bitbucket is perfect for our business because it allows us to work on private projects and integrate seamlessly with our existing tools. They also provide a nice app called Sourcetree to help developers work on git environments without experience with git command-line interface.
I don't think Bitbucket is much better than GitLab and GitHub, but we're used to this service and it's working pretty well for the past 8 years.
Matthew Budram | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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When GitHub was acquired by Microsoft my previous organization had concerns about paywalls and additional restrictions that might be placed on the projects. We had made a move to Bitbucket as a result. The acquisition didn't seem to have any implications on the overall company and it might not have been worth the switch, but there was very little difference. Bitbucket obviously had better integrations with Atlassian JIRA and therefore worked better.
Score 9 out of 10
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For the features we were looking at, Bitbucket, GitHub and GitLab were all at par and were in a similar price range. We found that GitHub was the most full featured should we need to scale very quickly. GitLab was at par with GitHub for our future needs, but GitHub was a more familiar tool compared to GitLab. Bitbucket won out because of its close integration with Jira and being in the Atlassian family. It was also cheaper than GitHub. As we started with Jira, Bitbucket addition became a natural next step for us. We really liked Bitbucket and stayed with it but we do know we have great options in the form of GitHub and GitLab should we need to scale fast.
Sean Patterson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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Gitlab: Gitlab has a more robust code management and review system, but does not have any automated deployments so additional tools (such as Jenkins) would be required.

Visual Studio Team System (Azure Dev Ops) - VSTS is a better overall platform, since it provides a more robust pipeline and deployment features, but still seems to feel gear more towards .Net type projects, whereas Bitbucket seems to handle all project types easily.
Score 8 out of 10
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I have used Tortoise SVN in the past with various teams. Tortoise SVN is open-source and has a lot of valuable functionality built in. That being said, Bitbucket is more user-friendly being that there is a decent user interface. The UI is not great, but it still makes working with the tool a good amount easier than a typical command-line interface.
Score 9 out of 10
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Bitbucket integrates with Confluence and Jira more easily than GitHub, which was a plus for us, given that we already used those tools extensively. Additionally, the pricing structure for Bitbucket makes it more affordable for our organization, which is especially important, given that we are a nonprofit with a somewhat limited budget.
Score 8 out of 10
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Bitbucket is good for private repositories and reliable CI/CD integration but it's getting behind GitHub which every day has more and more integrations and which in my opinion has a larger customer group. Gitlab also offers some good support for private repositories but the CI/CD integrations are significantly inferior to those offered by Bitbucket in my opinion. Springloops is also a good option for private repositories, but in my opinion, not a lot of companies use it. Actually I struggle when I mentioned it to people in the past trying to explain it to them.
Richard Rout | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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We did select Bitbucket for a bit, but then we eventually moved away from using JIRA to different tools and as a result, it made more sense to move our source code to GitHub since it provides more features and is just much easier to use as everyone already knows how to use GitHub.
Score 9 out of 10
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All 3 software works well for development and source code control, but for sure Bitbucket is the easiest to be set up and be deployed among the team. The integration with JIRA makes this a powerful tool against coding-only applications. However, for open source, it would be easier to use a SourceForge, for example.
Joshua Cariño | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Of the three, we mostly use Gitlab the most. I don't know why as I was not part of the selection process. But if I'm to guess, this is an organization preference. Our company uses Bitbucket the most, while our partners either use Gitlab the most and sometimes ButBucket. But if within the company, BitBucket is what we mostly use of the three web repository services.
Score 6 out of 10
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At the time of making the selection, Bitbucket offered free private repositories when no one else did. This was the primary motivator. With GitHub, you can now have free private repositories on personal accounts, but organizations must still pay for private accounts. Overall GitHub is the better application and provides more integrations. GitHub is easier to use and allows you to collaborate more effectively and work faster. At this point, the only reason to choose Bitbucker from my perspective is if you need private repositories for a small team account for free.
October 30, 2019

Bitbucket Review

Score 9 out of 10
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Bitbucket was my repo host of choice when it came to private repos, but now that GitHub offers free private repos I’ll probably just use them. If you want to manage branch protection though you’ll need a Pro membership for GitHub whereas it was free with Bitbucket.
Score 7 out of 10
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I think Gitlab and Bitbucket are very similar. I am very familiar with git commands so its easy for me to use both. But I would still prefer Gitlab since it has few additional features like send merge request, approvers etc.
Score 7 out of 10
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From a cost standpoint, Bitbucket is the winner if you fall outside of the ability to use the GitHub and Gitlab free tiers. Both of those solutions have their own merits, but from a cost saving perspective Bitbucket is more than likely going to be the most effective option.
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