Atlassian

Bitbucket


4.5 / 5
690 reviews

Who Uses This Software?

Software developers and product teams


Average Ratings

690 Reviews

  • 4.5 / 5
    Overall

  • 4.5 / 5
    Ease of Use

  • 4.5 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    $2.00/month/user
  • Pricing Details
    Premium for $5/user/month
  • Free Version
    Yes
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Windows
  • Training
    Documentation
    Webinars
  • Support
    Online

Vendor Details

  • Atlassian
  • bitbucket.org/
  • Founded 2002
  • United States

About Bitbucket

Bitbucket Cloud allows teams from start-ups to enterprise to plan, collaborate, test and deploy quality software. With its best-in-class integration with Trello and Jira Software, your team can connect their tasks to branches and get to coding quickly. Build quality software by collaborating around your code efficiently with enhanced pull requests. Bitbucket's built-in CI/CD makes it easy to confidently build, test and deploy code to your customers.


Bitbucket Features

  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Code Refactoring
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Data Modeling
  • Debugging
  • Deployment Management
  • Mobile Development
  • No-Code
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Software Development
  • Source Control
  • Web App Development
  • Build Log
  • Change Management
  • Configuration Management
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Debugging
  • Permission Management
  • Quality Assurance Management
  • Testing Management
  • Approval Workflow
  • Dashboard
  • KPIs
  • Policy Management
  • Portfolio Management
  • Prioritization
  • Release Management
  • Timeline Management
  • Troubleshooting Reports

Bitbucket Reviews Recently Reviewed!


Capterra loader

Still good even if competition is fierce.

May 22, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: I have to say that I've been using Bitbucket for over 5 years now. It's robust, it works and you can feel safe that your code will be secure in case anything happens. It has integration with JIRA which is a MUST and they've recently added board integrations with Trello.

You can also automate your builds with Azure or other Web Services platforms so once you merge your branches, its compiled and published into your service of choice. It has code search and really good pull request management. Wish it had an on-line conflict editor, but regardless Bitbucket is amazing. The free tier gives you 5 private repo's but the paid tier it's unlimited and cheap!

Cons: They should honestly compete head to head with Github and make their free tier also have unlimited repositories. For the price, just go with Github, if you're with a company, I believe Bitbucket is a better deal, more if your company utilizes JIRA.

I've used it over 5 years and the site has been re-designed like 3 times and some of the times It's feel buggy, incomplete or unresponsive/sluggish. When dealing with huge pull requests, the site can basically hang for minutes and recently the site's been having a lot of connectivity issues. They just seem complacent. They're not bad, but don't seem to be bothering much. Also for god sakes, add a Dark mode to your client Source Tree.

Overall: Used for 5 years and still my daily driver code repository at work. I love it and wish they competed more head to head with github on the free tier which I use for my personal projects.

A Smooth and Savvy Git Repository -

Apr 11, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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Comments: Atlassian Bitbucket is a smooth, intuitive, low-profile and very capable git repository. It functions exactly how you would want it to and can be considered a solid alternative, or addition to GitHub. The user interface and functionality have been markedly improved from previous versions, which were slightly less forgiving for newer developers. It was always a good product, and now it is even better, with continuous improvement and wonderful new beta features being added regularly. I love this platform and I'm anticipating the opportunity to test out the new features and see where they will go in the future.

Pros: Atlassian Bitbucket has a clean, user friendly interface. You can store full code, team projects, as well as code snippets, and search your code. There is support for large files. Bitbucket has easily accessible links with tutorials and tricks to get started, even at the very basic beginner level. It is fully collaborative for development teams with variable needs. The best advantage of this platform over GitHub is it allows for private code repositories in the free model. You can control access to your code with public or private repos, and even fine tune access control with additional rules and extensions on the premium mode. There are tons of excellent integrations, including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Python, Visual Studio, Circle CI. and more. New beta features seem to be added regularly. The free model is great and the upgrades are reasonably priced. This is a well-rounded, excellently performing, continuously expanding code hosting platform that is well-suited to support your individual or team projects.

Cons: Previously, there was a slight learning curve in the processes, but this has been smoothed out. There are no real cons that I can think of, except that the open-source social celebrity aspects of GitHub are not a prominent feature here. However, if you are not looking for these aspects, you will likely be very happy with all of the features which are included to support your building endeavors.

The best way to manage git repositories for businesses

Sep 18, 2017
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: One of the strengths of Bitbucket is its ease of use and its great integration with the Atlassian environment. In our company we integrated it with the JIRA incident handler and it worked very well.

With Bitbucket you can configure the permissions of each team member, this is of great help so that only authorized people can modify the most important branches of the project. It is also very easy to adapt the software to the company workflow.

By integrating it with JIRA, we can create a branch for each issue that must be handled by our development team. At the end of an incident you can create a "pull request" so that other team members can review the job.

It is an essential software for us and we recommend it extensively.

Cons: Although it sounds hard to believe, our team has not found a single negative point for Bitbucket. So far it has proved to work according to our expectations.

Perhaps we could say that for very large teams the costs rise very fast, so in some cases this can be considered as something negative.

Overall: It allowed us to organize the work of our development team, dividing each task into a different branch.

Our development team was able to work with GIT in a more intuitive way. The breakthrough curve for new employees also drastically decreased allowing them to adapt to our workflow more efficiently.

Capterra loader

Bitbucket - A code collaboration solution for IT professionals.

Mar 24, 2019
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Bitbucket is a code collaboration solution for all IT professionals. The web based interface beautifully manage the GIT version control repository. The pull request & code review helps in review the code and providing the instant feedback. Code search feature is one of the best feature of Bitbucket, It helps in searching and jumping to the relevant code in it. Branch permissions help in managing the release. Diff view is the feature where a user can view the code side-by-side and view the difference with the latest or with the specific version. Merge check feature save our time as at the time of release we don't have to manually do the merges.

Cons: We are unable to add nest permission in repositories. Bitbucket is not just the version controller it is a code collaboration so it also needs some more improvement on management and tracking. Clustering the data center is really a complex part to be implemented if you want to host it on-premises.

Overall: We are using the BitBucket from past many years, we have selected it over the robust integration with third part software like JIRA. Smart mirroring and IP white-listing are the most used features in case of cloud to improve the security. Bitbucket integration with build tool like Bamboo help us to achieve the continuous delivery of the project.

Capterra loader

Web data repository that allows optimal management, planning and code collaboration.

Jun 26, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: 1- Bitbucket is a web repository that provides optimal management and planning of the code of a project, while integrating versioning tools (Git), which provides greater integrity of the project information.

Including Git in the web repository, it is possible for the developer to be more easily aware of the changes used in the different modules of the project, as well as to make better use of the time spent on the work performed.

2- In addition, Bitbucket offers the alternative of including collaborators in the code that is being worked on, giving the possibility of establishing permission on the same collaborators and on the different branches of the versioned project.

3- This tool also allows creating unlimited private repositories for free and it is also possible to create different development groups on these repositories depending on the characteristics of the project.

4-In addition, Bitbucket allows the development of code both from the web and from the IDE of the developer's preference. It is possible to import the project initially from the IDE and perform code updates from the web, all thanks to the inclusion of Git in the repository. In this sense Bitbucket grants great freedom of management of code development and remote collaboration of other developers.

Cons: 1- Bitbucket is not intuitive, which can hinder the use of this tool when interacting with it at the beginning.

2- It does not have an official client for Linux, leaving it out of the support of the tool.

Capterra loader

Bitbucket - A web-based version control repository.

Feb 04, 2019
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Atlassian Bitbucket is one of the most popular web based version control repository. Managing code and project are simple with the help of it. We also use Git repository for some projects. Pull requests for facilitate code review also help in improving the coding and help in knowledge sharing with in the team. Code search is also an excellent feature which save time and help us to reach the right code in short time. The Bitbucket pipelines cares for your code from coding to till release. Storing the large media file is also easy with help of Git LFS. Diff views improved in the latest version and we don't need any third party tools for review the side-by-side code changes. Third party tool integrations is also improving day by day.

Cons: Bitbucket self hosted is complex to deploy and need assistant from experts as bad practices in branching can end up with the a lot of troubles. Managing different collaboration is complex so I prefer working on same branch. The free version is good to practice the things but they should also remove some limitation from it.

Overall: Bitbucket is a smarter way to write and deliver the code. Build Integration icon also shows the result for your complied code. Two step-verification is lengthy but surely make you safe from non authentic people for digging into your code. Merge check is a premium feature in cloud version but is really one of my favorite feature as it save my lot of time.

Best Git host around

May 28, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: I love the interface for Bitbucket. It is developed to be more business focused and oriented than a platform to host opensource projects. What I mean is that when you log in, you see your repositories and that is it. You can definitely search for other open source projects, but it doesn't have the same functionality GitHub has for searching. You can set up your teams and responsibilities very easily and watch your code as often as you need. There are webhooks to do anything, so you can have it be as responsive as you would like and build an entire deployment system with ease.

Cons: GitHub has more of a beginner feeling. It really walks you through everything you need to do. BitBucket is a little more advanced and gives you the bare minimum to get started. This is fine for most people that are experienced, but for beginners it may cause a few headaches early on.

Overall: We have been using BitBucket for several years daily. We host our own code there and pull code directly to our production servers with every release. We set up developers into teams and assign permissions with ease. It is a great way to ensure developers (and especially contractors) are focusing on what they need, and not poking around or getting lost in several dozen other repositories that don't concern their job.

Much better than github

Jun 02, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: The web-based app is fantastic. It has a great UX, its easy to use, and it just looks nice. My favorite feature is the side-by-side comparison for diff comparisons. Whenever you have code with particularly long lines, the traditional word wrap comparison becomes virtually unusable. But Bitbucket has a really nice side-by-side comparison that allows you to scroll horizontally. It is indispensable. It also integrates with Jira really nicely. Whenever you name a branch after a Jira issue, you get a really handly link in Bitbucket that will display the Jira issue card in modal.

Lastly, Bitbucket has better prices for private repos (especially for smaller teams).

Cons: Not a strong mobile presence (albeit, there are few cases where you really need to be able to interact with yoru code repos from a mobile device, but it does come up from time to time)

Overall: I love Bitbucket. It has always provided a more intuitive and easy to use experience. I highly recommend it.

Capterra loader

A solid code repository/versioning system with all the right features

Aug 27, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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Pros: I love how simple Bitbucket is to create a new repository, get code into it, and start working with a standardized git system. The code review tools make it easy to call out other users for comments, make inline recommendations, as well as keep a high level general discussion. Bitbucket can also integrate with Bamboo and Slack, which makes for a robust build and notification system for your CI/CD pipeline without needing to install Jenkins. You can also setup SSH keys and groups to ensure the appropriate team members get access to your code. On a final note, Bitbucket allows you to have private repositories under their free plan, which github does not. This can be valuable for startups getting off the ground.

Cons: Occasionally the Bitbucket service has some degraded performance and accessibility times without a clear explanation as to why. The Bitbucket team does a good job and communicating these issues to the public. The occurrence of these issues is sporadic, but not frequent enough to be a major hinderance to work.

Overall: I use Bitbucket on a daily basis to manage and interact with 50+ repositories within my teams for various projects.

Capterra loader

Best for private repositories and team management

Apr 30, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket interface has evolved and became truly amazing through the years, now is easy to use, intuitive and beautiful. I love being able to search my code and the Downloads section where I can upload distribution ready executables for the team. Moreover, the snippets are nice to have as well.

The integration with desktop is really straightforward with Sourcetree, some of my collaborators don't really like to CLI and they prefer the graphic way to manage their commits, Sourcetree just made it easy and smooth, the file version comparison is also really helpful if you want to see what have you or your team mates changed.

I love that you can create Unlimited Private repositories, I use .git for every single of my projects and most of them I don't need or want to make public, BItbucket has been a life-saver on that. Last but not least their integration with Trello and Jira has helped a lot on bug tracking and the workflow in general.

Cons: I would like to be able to group my repositories on their web interface, I have over 100 repositories right now and the list is rather clumsy and difficult to manage. It could be awesome to have a few folder grouping the repositories by the client, project type or anything else to make it easier on the eyes.

Atlassian has its very own way to organize their UI, so it might take you a few days to find out what's going on if you are not familiar with the product family.

Capterra loader

Another Valuable Atlassian Product

Feb 25, 2019
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: The GitHub alternative that comes pre-baked into the Atlassian platform provides yet another reference worthy tool in the Atlassian Suite. If you're already using HipChat(slack) and JIRA, this just makes sense for your source control. Easy to integrate with a single sign on, BitBucket includes all the necessary features of GitHub incorporated into your existing Atlassian Suite.

Cons: This is a mission critical tool that has far too much downtime. We've gotten into the habit of backing up repositories locally due to the repositories being unavailable on several occasions. Permission changes can get cumbersome and often overlap incorrectly. There could be better use of groups in Atlassian, but instead it's an isolated permission system which makes for a new task per Atlassian Suite offering.

Overall: Overall bitbucket has solved a need and kept our files secure and accessible(most of the time) as needed. I run several scripts against repositories for several constant pull/push processes that have automated away a fair amount of manual tasking. Integration into Atlassian's suite makes each new set of tooling easy to adopt and operate with little new learning required.

Capterra loader

Perfect Git Solution for Teams

Jul 18, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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Pros: I love how clean it looks and how well-organized you can make your projects and repositories. Nothing against GitHub, but Bitbucket is just a much more elegant tool for DevOps use. It's also easy to set up integrations with other Atlassian products and build tools like Jenkins. I also prefer Sourcetree, Bitbucket's companion Git GUI, over GitHub's desktop app. Every aspect of Bitbucket's Git environment has been thoughtfully simplified to give you an uncluttered view of your repositories and branches. GitHub might be more well-known, but Bitbucket is a friend to businesses.

Cons: I don't like that there's no visual branching commit graph on Bitbucket Server, which is what my company uses. There are plugins you can add to Server to show a graph, but it's not there out-of-the-box on the Server product. The Bitbucket Cloud product (free and paid tiers) has this. Why not the Server product? You can, however, see a graph in the companion Sourcetree app, which is where I prefer to see it anyway.

Overall: We needed a cost-effective, self-hosted Git environment to house all our code projects, and since we already use JIRA, using Bitbucket was an easy choice.

Simple and Good UI - Very good integration with other attlassain products like JIRA and Confluence.

Mar 12, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: 1) It is having a very good version controlling system and with this we can commit the code and review and also check for the history. Inline discussions of code which allows for easy collaboration. This allows our senior developers to mentor newer developers and coach them in better ways to code.

2) It works perfectly as a remote repository, and it as a good UI and also I can have unlimited private repositories.

3. The ultimate thing is I can able to view Bitbucket information directly in JIRA has been a great help to me to do the things much faster.

Cons: Its hard to say anything negative about Bitbucket . There is a very little amount of a learning curve is required to the developers who doesn't have familiar with source control platforms.

It is a little kind of difficult to setup you encryption keys in the beginning because there are so many things that you see in the UI.

Overall: It is a very good version controlling system to maintain our code with proper reviews and comments, after reviewing the code we can reject and again we can approve without any difficulties.

Capterra loader

Complete control on your Code with Better than GITHUB

Oct 24, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: BitBucket is the excellent version control with enterprise features that are missing in Github in multiple places specifically on the safety and reliability. Easier to customize the repository settings to edit the user roles and permission set, that allows me to take the full control of my repository. And works better with JIRA, so I can easily identify the number of code changes done for the specific issue to fix it and also the SourceTree client tool for Mac Client that supports easier code management without any hassles.

Cons: The Pull Request system needs to updated to handle the MergeConflicts directly in the web portal instead of going back to the source code in the native client to modify the changes. And also the desktop companion SourceTree need to fixed in lots of places like file status and fetching the multiple request for the different branches.

Overall: BitBucket acted as one of the best version control software in both financial and technical perspectives. And helped my team to organize the repository as per the client needs.

Ideal tool for the management of private repositories without limit

May 30, 2019
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Comments: Handling repositories is much simpler than there is no number limit for it, it is advantageous that private repositories can be managed or imported from other platforms, as well as it is much simpler to store and work in the development of projects since It provides the necessary tools for this and it is easy to adapt to its interface, so the work with it is fluid and saves a lot of time and money.

Pros: A software that I like because it has an interface that is very easy to understand, dynamic and visually attractive, it has a control panel that is easy to use because it contains a very well structured design, which makes working with it ideal for carrying out coding in a collaborative way as well as organize and manage several repositories, being able not only to work with private repositories of their property but also import repositories of other tools or platforms like GitHub, the repositories have no limit so it depends on the user how many you want to use to cover your needs and the best thing about this service is that its prices are accessible, so it can be used by any type of company regardless of its size.

Cons: It still has features that could be implemented to further improve its operation, such as the fact that for some reason it stops working for a few minutes and in that time you can not enter codes or anything so it would be ideal to solve this small error.

Pull request process makes git so easy!

Jan 22, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: PULL Request! As a software professional, I use git as the source code management. The thing about bitbucket is the seamless integration of "gitflow" or similar processes with Jira. Say I pull a bug from Jira. I create a branch, develop the fix, commit. Now, here is the best part: Pull request. I create a pul request and invite my peers to review. My peers can make comments, approve or mark as needing more work. We can merge into branches, see the source code for any prior branch. This software is so powerful, it is the best SCMS support software out there!

MERGING! So there is an amazing feature of bitbucket: Pull requests can be used for merges. Pick the source branch, say 18.01. Then, you need to merge to 18.02...just create a pul request. It will show you the differences, and be a excellent tool for the team to track merging.

Overall: POWER over your sourcecode! See all, from any branch, any commit, any code review. Linkage to Jira.

Capterra loader

Controller of high level versions, an option among the most used.

Jun 30, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: When one is a software developer, it is essential that a version control tool be used to maintain the integrity of our code and avoid the loss of work and progress in the face of errors that arise, and here Bitbucket enters, an interesting alternative to the most used tools, its main attraction is that it allows you to choose git or mercurial to control the versions, offers excellent funconalidades for error control, you can integrate with Google Analytics, and its main strength is that it allows you an unlimited number of private repositories which gives you total freedom to upload as many projects as you want, you and your team can work at ease and enjoy this excellent tool.

Cons: Although I mentioned previously accounts with an unlimited number of private repositories, the disadvantage is that when the free versions of Bitbucket limit only 5 collaborators in each project and users who need a larger number of these will have to switch to a subscription plan .

Overall: Excellent tool for version control and error handling, allowing the integration between various tools and collaboration with teams, a great alternative that is worth trying.

Capterra loader

Bitbucket might loose our business to GitLab...

Jul 16, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket has been a part of our operations since the beginning, and it comes with built-in CI/CD. When we push to the repo, Pipelines runs, and it calls the webhook to deploy it on our servers when it passes.

Cons: They limit the number of users account...

Overall: Bitbucket has all kinds of standard stuff that you'd expect from a code repository service, and they got as big as they are because they offered free private repositories, unlike Github. However, they don't offer unlimited team members like GitLab does. So, not only did we integrate GitLab with our new product we're launching, but we might move exclusively to GitLab at some point.

It's history repeating itself. If they want to keep people around, they'll need to make it have unlimited teams, and instead charge for other features, such as compute time on Pipelines. If they make it so you can run Pipelines on Mac and Windows as well as Linux, we'll certainly stay with Bitbucket, as no one does that yet. That'll give them a cutting edge advantage that a lot of people want.

Right now we need to use Travis CI for Mac, and some other one for Windows when we do our app testing for those platforms.

Cheaper than Github, almost as good

Feb 27, 2019
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket has kind of been the underdog for a while, so to compare it with the elephant in the room, yes, Bitbucket is almost as good as GitHub. The interface is about as good, and there's Trello integration which is fantastic, because since we use Trello this integration is much more useful than GitHub's issue tracker. Atlassian has shown their commitment to Bitbucket by improving it over the years and I'm confident in being able to use Bitbucket for years to come, as well as motivated by the fact that it gets better all the time. Oh, and it supports security key 2-factor authentication.

Cons: It's lacking a lot of the fervor around open source development and collaboration, but this doesn't matter a lot when you're working on a closed source project. The issue tracking features are basically worthless if you aren't using Trello.

Overall: Bitbucket is as good as GitHub when it comes to working on a closed source project and may even be better if you use Trello.

Capterra loader

Bitbuket - The enterprise level GIT repositories

Oct 19, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket is enterprise level GIT services provider with provide the web repository for manage the code. It user interface is very simple and easy to understand. Version Control also make it simple and merging the code also become an easy task. Managing permission in web based environment is also remove the confusion when you same console in different environment. Code review and other operation can be also take it form web-based interface. Integrity of Bitbucket with other DevOps is also great and encourage for management for pick this up as version controlling.

Cons: There a some learning curves in it as a new feature come in their is no demo for it and add with just a small note and a documentation which make that feature completely out of the league. Setup is also little confusing as you have to set up the security and permission in the beginning of the setup.

Overall: BitBucket is helping use in managing the code and deploying the system in a quick way. Configuration management is possible with third party software like JIRA. Power of the tool can be understand when you start working on it and making the things easy for you.

A Necessary Tool For Development

Apr 03, 2019
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: This is an awesome tool. The thing I like most about it is the ease of use. It has a convenient area for show you your work as well as Pull Requests you're assigned to. It makes navigating and seeing what you want super easy and user friendly.

Cons: There isn't really anything I dislike about the software. I guess if I had to say one thing it would be the lack of integration with Jira. I'll make notes on bitbucket and can't see them on jira and vice versa. It would be nice if you could see all the comments on both interfaces instead of having to jump between jira and bitbucket.

Overall: I really like bitbucket. It appears though, that there are different versions and implementations of bitbucket. The version I had at my last company was great and heavily used. At my new company the interface was completely different and we don't use it as much for comments (unless its a comment on a persons code). I definitely liked the interfaces and heavy use that we had at my last company as opposed to this new interface and use.

Capterra loader

BitBucket: An excellent tool for maintaining your code repositories

Jan 30, 2019
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: As with most Atlassian products, BitBucket is very easy to use. It's easy to navigate through the app to find exactly what you are looking for. You are not overloaded with information on the screen, but the information you are given is extremely useful. This makes for a great user experience! Similarly, it's very easy to give users the permissions you want them to have on the repos you own. Moving through and maintaining all of your repositories is a breeze with BitButcket!

Cons: If you aren't familiar with Atlassian products and how their UI is laid out, it might take you a day or two to get familiar with the app. Once you get it, though, it's easy to navigate!

Overall: We use BitBucket to store our automation test code. With many people pushing code to these repositories around the globe, BitBucket makes it easy to determine who pushed what into where, making debugging who broke our code easy. We haven't had any problems using BitBucket for our business needs!

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Bitbucket - the best version control repository hosting service.

May 05, 2019
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5 / 5
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Pros: I like that bitbucket automatically creates a README file for me when I create a repository, which is a time saver as I don't have to do it every time after creating a repository . I also like that Git Large File Storage (LFS) is supported which enables us to push large files into our repositories. With LFS, I can specify which file extensions will be managed ensuring not all files will be added to LFS. Further, the snippet feature allows me to share code segments with fellow developers. In addition, Bitbucket provides unlimited private repositories which distinguishes Bitbucket from other hosted version control services.

Cons: The customer support is lacking and this causes a lot of frustration for me. I expect support issues to be responded to within 24 hours. They need to improve on there customer support.

Overall: We use bitbucket to host our web applications codebase and collaborate on the code as our developers are in different continents. This has seen us reduce time to launch for our web apps as all developers are working on their individual branches which are later merged into the master branch.

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Perfect platform for hosting sourcecode

Aug 28, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket's most competitive feature is the built-in integration with Atlassian's other products as well as their pricing for private repositories (their free). I love how easy it is to set up continuous delivery for our products via Bitbucket Pipelines. I also really love how the interface isn't distracting, there is very little extraneous content to distract you from the project you are viewing.

Cons: I don't have much negative to say about Bitbucket. It can sometimes be hard to find things if you are working in an account that isn't set up well...but if you set up your organization correctly, it's not an issue.

Overall: We use Bitbucket every day to manage our source code and we use the pipelines feature to handle deployment. Bitbucket integrates really well with just about every piece of software with an API. It's much cheaper than some other options (especially if you want private repositories) and it is just as robust. The interface is clean and polished. I highly recommend it!

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Awesome tool for maintaining codes into Git repositories

May 19, 2019
5/5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I have been using Bitbucket form almost 2 years and keeping all my project repositories in my Bitbucker account. The implementation of commands into SSH terminal to integrate with Bitbucket account is simple and always works as expected, it never fails.

Secondly, the branching and collaborating with team is also simple and easy to follow. The UI of website is very eye-catching and informative. The graphical representation of your project commits and branches gives you exact overview of all work and updations going on with project.

Either you use GUI to make and control your repositories or SSH command line, both the ways are available and easy to use. The documentation and online community is very well organised that you can easily get help if you are stucked into some problem.

Cons: Seriously, I don't find any con using this tool. So far it is my first priority for my projects.

Overall: My experience is very good with Bitbucket. I maintain all my projects and collaborate with my team using this best tool. Maybe it's easy integration I like it the most.

No major difference with GitHub. Cheaper for big teams though

Jul 29, 2018
5/5
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4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Reach set of functions for collaboration when writing software code. In particular, ability to comment code inline in merge requests using MarkDown (this is great for providing formatted examples). I also love ability to configure permissions in flexible way, so different user groups are allowed to perform particular operations on particular repositories. E.g. some users can just read some repository, other can also push the code, trusted reviewers group can vote to enable merge request for merging.

Cons: It is complicated to create pre-filled merge request templates (opposite to GitHub).

In order to implement behavior so merge request have pre-filled description, labels, etc., you'll need to make a piece of average complexity scripting work.

Overall: Actually, when we moved to ButBucket from GitHub we didn't find much more new feature that we could use. The biggest advantage we got is money savings on hosted edition.

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Best solution if you're working as a team

Nov 28, 2018
4/5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: I've been using bitbucket for more than 3 years now and I love working with this. when you're working as a team or a company , this is the best one you could use . There are alternatives too, but this tool has more support any other tool. Specially the customer support they offer. And there are tools like Jira which is from the same company , so that's extra support. And the user interfaces are very simple and even a beginner can just "plug -n - play " it from the very first day.

Cons: sometimes there are some problems with logging in to the account and sometimes you have to retry a couple of times when you're performing an action. other than that this is all fine.

Overall: I'm a software engineer and I've been using bitbucket from the very first days of my dev life and I haven't encountered many problems using this. the same company offers you many tools that you can use along with this. and the customer support is exceptional

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Bitbucket, could be better

Nov 28, 2018
4/5
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket is a pretty good source control software. It's easy to integrate features into Jira and Confluence (if you are using those). It provides a clean interface for code merges and code pull requests. You can integrate a release plan into the software as well if you want to automate any of your release schedule.

Cons: Other source control platforms are just better, period. The amount of customization and team features that others have is just superior. Like a lot of Atlassian products, Bitbucket feels clunky and seems to be trying to solve too many problems, but not well. It doesn't allow for statistics for commit and user usage either. Bitbucket should stop over complicating things and go back to the basics of what users want.

Overall: Bitbucket does the job, but it just barely squeaks by. There is so much more opportunity that it hasn't drilled into yet. They need to take note from other platforms and dumb things down a bit.

It is very easy and comfortable to use and it has everything you ask for managing GIT repositories.

Mar 31, 2018
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5 / 5
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Pros: The pricing model is a plus. You get unlimited private and public repos for free for a team of 5 which makes sense for a pilot team that reviewing or experimenting GIT for migration purposes. And for side-kick projects with your friends, that is enough for most cases.

It has a built-in pipeline which also has a free tier so you can start out free to review how the bitbucket CI pipeline works and if it is something you need/like.

You can create projects or teams or organizations even under free tier which is great for controlling access (makes lots of sense for startups).

And you can pretty good UI, pretty standard issue tracking system (in which you can have triggers), other standard GIT features like pull requests/wiki, etc.

And another nice thing is that it has built-in integration to Trello (Trello is owned by Atlassian now.) for project management purpose.

Cons: One of the things I miss on BitBucket is the social coding concept that Github mastered, not many public repositories due to the pricing model I guess. So if you are starting or creating an opensource project, Bitbucket is probably not the one you want.

Overall: The biggest benefit is you get everything you need in software development in one place, from project management al the way to Continues Integration and Delivery. That saves a lot of time and energy in setting up and putting together different software together to get a full development ecosystem.

Great Github Alternative Especially for Private Repos

Dec 19, 2018
5/5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I like that is is free to use even with private repositories. Sometimes you do not want everyone seeing what you are working on. For example, if it is a secret project or your company's website source. Bitbucket is great for this. Fairly easy to figure out and looks like all the other Atlassian products. This also integrates well with most any other software such as Slack, Email, and especially Jira. You can have Jira tasks automatically link to or create branches. This is nice to keep track of what task goes with what branch. Works seamlessly.

Cons: I wish there was more data like Github has about how many commits in the last week/month/year without needing any integrations.

Overall: Github is the standard for open source projects, but if you want private repos, they charge money. Bitbucket is a great free alternative for private repos (or public if you want) and works exceptionally well with Jira.

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We are Bitbucket junkies!

May 22, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Github was our gateway drug until we got hooked on Bitbucket. Atlassian does a tremendous job of making Git repository management, projects, keys etc as simply as they can be. The unlimited private repos lured us but it was the ease of use and great documentation that kept us. Great work!

Cons: The only limitation that we've found so far is repository size limit - 1GB soft and 2GB hard limit. Atlassian does point out that anything larger than 1GB should really be handled more appropriately and fair point - sometimes though, that limit does get in the way. When deadlines and budgets push in, can't always do it the "correct" way. =)

Overall: Github was our gateway drug until we got hooked on Bitbucket. Atlassian does a tremendous job of making Git repository management, projects, keys etc as simply as they can be. The unlimited private repos lured us but it was the ease of use and great documentation that kept us. Great work!

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Version Control by Atlassian

Apr 16, 2019
5/5
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4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket by Atlassian is a web-based code collaboration tool. It helps us in managing the projects, code, test. The in-build architecture help in continuous delivery which help in immediate feedback and fast delivery of releases. The user friendly code review features like checklist for design and source code comments enhance the code quality in-team collaboration. Bitbucket pipelines and deployments are easy to configure to get help in easy tracking of deployment with using it.

Cons: We have started using it for our media house and found no major issue which are creating hurls in our process. There are few learning curves as we are new startup. Amazing Documentation by Atlassian helping in a lot.

Overall: Overall experience with BitBucket help in enhancing the user experience. Integration with JIRA help in streamline process of development and collaboration. Diff Views beautifully compare the code with the other version or branch. Large media files are easy to manage with the Git LFS. Code search is a one of the best feature of BitBucket.

helped us to visualise software changes

Jan 02, 2019
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Moving from Subversion to GIT and bitbucket was a big change but it has really worked out for us as a team. We also find it much easier to put code live and like how the cloud version can link into Jira so we can see instantly which code has been commited for each task. Makes it much easier for code reviewing. I also feel a lot more confident putting things live.

If you have big projects near 1GB its much faster using the local version rather than the cloud version.

Cons: In the local install version (not cloud) to allow the Jira links to work we would have to open up our firewall too much so would be nice to find a solution to this.

Overall: It has given us huge benefits compared to using Subversion without any kind of visual interface.

Just being able to easily see how my commits behind my branch is so that I can update it saves me so much time.

everything you need, nothing you don't

Jan 09, 2017
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Its simple and reliable. we use git from the command line so we don't often use the web user interface, but when we do, its not a chore to figure out what we need to do in order to accomplish the task at hand. As a software development manager, I also appreciate how easy it is to manage access to repos for my teams.

Cons: viewing large number of branches could be a better experience.

Overall: when we were selecting a source control system for our startup we narrowed the short list down to three options: github, TFS for git and bitbucket. After evaluating all three, bitbucket was the obvious choice because it allowed us to simplify billing because we planned on using atlassian's jira. In terms of overall experience using the product we couldn't be happier - its fast and reliable. Since starting with bitbucket, we've expanded our use of atlassian products, which as a suite, is second to none in the software development management and productivity space.

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Excellent repository hosting solution

Oct 31, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket has an excellent user interface, and a very rich feature set. I use it to host the codebase for all of my development projects and have found it to be invaluable as a tool. Not only does it have all the features that you would expect such as visualizing branches, commits, pull requests and source code, but it has features for collaborating on a per-repository basis, management of repositories by organization, and a pricing structure that is extremely competitive compared to alternative systems.

Cons: Bitbucket lacks the public community and open source nature of its competitors, but it makes up for this in features and pricing.

Overall: Bitbucket is a daily tool, which I use for every project I work on, and is a fundamental requirement for my work. I have recommended it to many people and will continue to do so.

Excellent software to manage file revisions in a quick and easy way

Feb 07, 2018
4/5
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3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: - Clean and intuitive to navigate Web UI. There is no mistaking where you to navigate to and how to find your most recent changes to files based on user or repository.

- Easy to use for beginners and experts of this software, and creates a powerful but elegant interface to see the most recent changes to repositories, and to narrow your focus to specific files.

- Bitbucket has saved me lots of hassle and time just by being able to pull up a file commit, look at what has changed between the most recent change and the last based on color indicators and correct the errors.

- Configurable notifications add awareness to changes to the right people.

Cons: - Not necessarily a con, but there are trade-offs regarding costs of licensing between Bitbucket and Github, depending on how your organization has repositories and project segmented/converged. When comparing the two, be mindful of how many repos your organization utilizes.

Excellent version control hosting for software

Feb 16, 2019
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket is a version controlled hosting service including support for git and mercurial. It has an excellent, easy to use, modern interface and support for importing Github repositories amongst others make this my go-to VCS host. Even its free plan allows one to host an unlimited number of private repositories, which in my opinion is a masterstroke. In addition, integration with code quality checking (called Pipelines) and review facilities (during Pull Requests) have proven handy for my work.

Cons: More information about repositories, including date/time of last commit, number of forks, etc., in the dashboard overview will be useful.

Overall: I use Bitbucket to host my own codes at work. The ability to keep my codes private while still using an online VCS service has been extremely useful.

BitBucket is the best git host in everything except third-party app support

May 01, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: BitBucket is great. Their account management between projects is lovely, and something I wish GitHub would get home. I have one account, attached to several teams (my primary organization, my freelance, and my personal). It makes managing repos much easier to keep track of, transfer, add new organization members, just fantastic. It has all everything you could want it in basic git management, and the interface is slightly easier to use than GitLab or GitHub with none of the downtime issues of the former.

Cons: My only complaint is that a lot of major third-party Git apps don't FULLY support bitbucket you can absolutely use various GUIs, they just don't have the same deep account integration they do with Github. But that's more on the app developers than BB.

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A good place to host projects and to store them safely

Apr 19, 2019
4/5
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3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket is a great repository for storing our projects and to work on them, we are using this platform to maintain our private source codes and to add developers on to it. Each work can be tracked by commits and then each commits can be pushed or denied on to the master branch. Bitbucket is a platform to have all the needed features done like creating repo, applying privileges etc. We are really happy with the current feature set and is really helping us to achieve our goals.

Cons: The main issue is that opensource repos are limited on Bitbucket, we cannot contribute to repos on opensource as there are very limited ones on Bitbucket. Please encourage promoting opensource projects and then we can have more developers coming on to this.

Overall: Bitbucket helps us a lot to manage our projects and helps us in getting our code base perfect as we can permit or deny pull requests and maintain a strong master repo. Great platform for all types of developers.

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Great and less expensive version control

Nov 13, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Neat and clean user interface and lesser expensive even for free version we can have private repositories and more than 2 team members which is great for our startup

Great at integration with other Atlassian products like JIRA and Bamboo. When we integrate it with other Atlassian products we can a lot of automatic features which is brilliant in decision making about merging a pull request

Easy to use user access

Cons: Not easy to integrate with 3rd party softwares like slack as compared to its competitors like GitHub

If we want continuous integration we have to pay and cost of Bamboo can be high

Overall: It's been great experience. For simple version control and especially if there is not a big team and not much money to spend I would definitely choose Bitbucket. Overall I would say its great.

A repository that offers everything we need

May 12, 2019
5/5
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5 / 5
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Pros: We have have a commercial license so I don't know if all of this applies to a free version.

In short - it supports multiple projects, you can import .ssh keys and give corresponding permissions. Integration with our Continuous Integration solution works excellent which is why we are not switching to another solution. It takes some time to set everything up, but once you do, you're good to go.

Cons: When you log into the GUI you can see all the branches of your project and all the commits. However, in order to see details of a commit, you must click on a commit hash. Clicking on the commit message next to it doesn't do anything (it doesn't take you anywhere). The UX would be better if clicking on a commit message also took you to the commit details.

Bitbucket and pull requests = awesome productivity

Aug 21, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: The best aspect of bitbucket from a user's point of view (other than the obvious ease of repository management and search) is the pull request feature. Make your branch, do your code...then submit a PR. Your team mates approve, and click its merged. This process is so perfect.

Cons: I've noticed that when you look at a particular branch, the times of commits/merges are too vague. For example, 8 hours ago, a branch was merged, then built. Wait...which came first? The view may look like the merge happened first, but we see the build happened, then the merge by closer inspection of the release. this means the merge is not in the build! ARG. The display should have the option to show exact time events occured, not just 2 days, or 8 hours, etc. To vague.

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A great alternative to GitHub

Jun 14, 2018
5/5
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4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: It allows for private repository access for up to 5 people for free. This feature is great for small software teams who do not want their code repository to be public. Contains all if not more features than GitHub at a better price point. The biggest pro of bitbucket come to those that are using the rest of the Atlassian stack. Integrates easily with Jira, allowing for great flexibility when managing tasks and code.

Cons: Web interface can lack some info at times, and sometimes is not available due to network issues. Software can become pricey if using with large software teams.

Overall: The best git repository on the market. A great alternative to GitHub, especially for those using other Atlassian software (such as Jira). Works great with the git repository software Sourcetree from atlassian.

Bitbucket is great. Bitbucket pipelines are beyond amazing.

Dec 27, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: * Their free small team pricing was unbeatable for us (3 developers)

* Easy to migrate our repos over from our old host

* Bitbucket pipelines was a literal game changer (more about this later)

Cons: I had to reach a bit to find something I didn't like:

* The integrations (Jira, SmartGit) that Atlassian markets don't really work as well as they seem to claim. But this is a minor thing.

Overall: Bitbucket pipelines totally changed everything for my company. We set up a pipeline to compile our embedded device firmware in "the cloud", and then push the resulting binaries to an AWS S3 bucket. With only a small bit of glue code, this allowed us to offer online upgrades for our customers to any of the following: latest stable code (i.e master branch), a specific branch (e.g. develop, feature/that-bug-fix-you-need-today), or a specific commit (specified via hash).

It's not an exaggeration to say that this has improved the user experience of firmware upgrades by a factor of 10. I cannot imagine transitioning to a repository hosting service without this feature.

Well organized & designed version control

Oct 10, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Bitbucket is a well organized and designed version control system that's super easy to use. I use Bitbucket on a daily basis and, together with Atlassian's SourceTree, it enhances my workflow by sparing me from typing in all the git commands in Terminal. It has all the features a version control needs, which is extremely useful for small teams but also scales really well.

Cons: There is nothing really that I don't like about Bitbucket. Maybe that you can't assign yourself as reviewer when creating a pull request, ha.

Overall: Bitbucket streamlines our team's daily workflow, as it lets us collaborate easily and in a well-structured and -organized way. We started using Bitbucket when our IT department consisted of only me, but it scales very well with the team. The cost-value balance is perfectly...balanced.

Using it on a daily basis

Apr 13, 2019
5/5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: The organization I work for uses Bitbucket to manage revision control of the software we develop. Although I am not in a technical role (Business Analyst & Quality Assurance), I use Bitbucket on a day to day basis to store our test cases, unit test code, etc. This website provides excellent features like peer review and approval, code searching, etc. It integrates very easily with JIRA, so its very efficient for tracking purposes.

Cons: The UI should have a segregation between simplified and an advanced version. Since I am not a technical person, sometimes I find it hard to understand what exactly I need to do when there is a conflict during merge. Providing a simpler interface with explanations in simple terms would help a lot!

Bitbucket is the best option to manage your firm's Git repositories and plan codes related to your project.

Aug 04, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: The application has a clean, intuitive and user-friendly interface and you can also create merge rules according to the respective repository. They provide a lot of tutorials and tricks to get started with the software. The free model allows private code repository. Provides a lot of integrations that include Python, Microsoft Azure, TeamCity, Jira and circle CI. You can easily process the pull requests by inviting your team members to review them, before you merge them. You can also add collaborators to the code you work on. The platform facilitates development of code even from an integrated development environment as preferred by the developers or from the website. The integration of the application with Trello helps you with project management. Permission management and conflict management are handled quite well by the application.

Cons: Search capabilities are quite limited. At times you would find that the pages take a lot of time to get loaded. The application doesn't provide a two-factor authentication.

Bitbucket is one of the best way i am familiar about to manage git repositories.

Mar 24, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: it allows us organising our development and automation teams work very efficiently by dividing the each task into a different unit/branch. Best thing about Bitbucket is it's ease of use and integration with atlassian environment we have this integrated with JIRA and confluence. With integration with JIRA we can create a separate branch for that issue. using this we can control,manage and handle the permission assigned to individual user efficiently. User can create a 'pull request' and 'merge request' to review and the job or code .

Cons: We are using Bitbucket for very long now and are very much comfortable using this, so far didn't see any major cons and myself and my team loved to use this product.

Totally love bitbucket, best distributed version based system

Jun 30, 2018
5/5
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4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: * Best software for maintaining cloud based version system across teams.

* Private repository feature availability for free versions.

* Most of the maintenance branch options like delete, merging repositories can be done through its user interface.

* User Experience makes it work easier comparing to its competitor github.

* Easy integration with other platforms like JIRA and other tools.

Cons: * Limitation for private repositories for limited users (only limited invites).

* Often it takes sometime to load.

* Internal update is not happening for quite sometime.

* Downloading repository can be improved but when user have more than certain amount, "download all" option will help in those cases.

Amazing version control system

Aug 21, 2018
4/5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: I really like the integration with Trello making it possible to create branches from a Trello card. This is a great tool to collaborate with teams and the ability to make code reviews and comments is really helpful. But the thing that I like the most is the price. BitBucket offers free or super cheap plans depending on the team size.

Cons: I really like BitBucket maybe the only thing I dislike (for a while) was the UI redesign making the navigation between repos a little confusing

Overall: BitBucket has been an awesome control version system for our company and has allowed us to collaborate with remote teams in an organized and efficient way. We have been able to integrate with Trello, our project management tool, making the flow of every project smooth.