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- Bitbucket is used across the whole organization.
- Helpful in continuous integrations.
- Helpful in incremental builds if used along with other …
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Bitbucket is not appropriate to store binary files or large files.
If you don't want to maintain own server and code in your local system as you want always code availability, then Bitbucket is best option to start with.
But if you don't want want to let code outside from your environment for security reason or policy you have, then Bitbucket is not a good option for you, because it definitely your code will be outside from your company.
Also, Atlassian (the Bitbucket owner) has created a great GUI tool called Sourcetree, enabling even inexperienced developers to collaborate in a git environment.
If you need a more robust pipeline for your projects, Bitbucket might not suit you as well. If you need to establish multiple tests, potential load tests, additional compilation, and more deployment options, other tools, such as Azure DevOps would better suit your needs.
Although Bitbucket does allow merging of code, the conflicts have to be manually addressed which can be time consuming. If this is something you believe your team may encounter frequently, there might be better options.
- Well suited/ less appropriate if-
- You want to start small and are ready to invest in Bitbucket as the company grows. Since pricing can let you explore other options, even in that case, you have your whole repository locally with you, which you can migrate easily by merely changing the remote.
- Least appropriate if your project is extensive and exceeds even 2GB.
Unfortunately, I did not find the usability of the platform as intuitive as GitHub, particularly when it came to showing markdown in issues, something about the formatted just didn’t click.