Overall Satisfaction with Bitbucket
Bitbucket is being used in almost all of our projects. It is even being used to teach new software engineers like us how to use Git as it is very easy to use with a non-cluttered user interface. We mostly used it so far with our SonarQube integration for detecting code vulnerabilities and bad code structure. Personally, I use it with my UI Git which is GitKraken as I could directly push and pull request commits from that GIT application without going to BitBucket.
- Slack integration.
- I want to see analytics functionality, like commits, merges per week or month, etc.
- N/A. I'm not part of the team that determines whether our objectives are met. Other than for us developers, it's a good utility to use and a good place to start.
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.
N/A. Haven't really use their support yet as our lead developers would most likely use this.
Do you think Bitbucket delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Bitbucket's feature set?
Did Bitbucket live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Bitbucket go as expected?
Would you buy Bitbucket again?
Very well suited for general use of Git within the organization and a good place to teach new developers how to work collaboratively in Git. However for trials and test, developers that could be added in projects/repositories are limited. I wish they could increase this further at least up to 10 developers. Other than that, it's still a good place to start working collaboratively as it is very easy to use.