Compare AWS CodeCommit vs Mercurial

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comparison of AWS CodeCommit vs. Mercurial
based on data from user reviews. AWS CodeCommit rates 4.0/5 stars with 46 reviews. Mercurial rates 4.2/5 stars with 29 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Pricing

 
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AWS CodeCommit
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Mercurial
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Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
8.4
8.6
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
8.4
8.9
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
8.3
9.0
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
8.5
8.3
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
8.4
7.6
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
8.1
8.1
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
9.3
7.0
Meets Requirements
AWS CodeCommit
8.4
Mercurial
8.6
Ease of Use
AWS CodeCommit
8.4
Mercurial
8.9
Ease of Setup
AWS CodeCommit
8.3
Mercurial
9.0
Ease of Admin
AWS CodeCommit
8.5
Mercurial
8.3
Quality of Support
AWS CodeCommit
8.4
Mercurial
7.6
Ease of Doing Business With
AWS CodeCommit
8.1
Mercurial
8.1
Product Direction (% positive)
AWS CodeCommit
9.3
Mercurial
7.0

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
47.7%
58.6%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
36.4%
31.0%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
15.9%
10.3%
AWS CodeCommit
Small-Business
47.7%
Mid-Market
36.4%
Enterprise
15.9%
Mercurial
Small-Business
58.6%
Mid-Market
31.0%
Enterprise
10.3%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Computer Software
29.5%
Information Technology and Services
27.6%
 
Information Technology and Services
11.4%
Computer Software
24.1%
 
Marketing and Advertising
6.8%
Internet
17.2%
 
Financial Services
6.8%
Telecommunications
6.9%
 
Telecommunications
4.5%
Research
3.4%
 
Other
40.9%
Other
20.7%
AWS CodeCommit
Computer Software
29.5%
Information Technology and Services
11.4%
Marketing and Advertising
6.8%
Financial Services
6.8%
Telecommunications
4.5%
Other
40.9%
Mercurial
Information Technology and Services
27.6%
Computer Software
24.1%
Internet
17.2%
Telecommunications
6.9%
Research
3.4%
Other
20.7%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Kevin S.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I like the clean integration with AWS CodePipeline and in organizations with tight compliance, it is great managing access with IAM.

Ines G.
User

In contrast to comparative apparatuses (Git), Mercurial is extraordinarily simple to utilize and cleaned. It gives you the advantage of running a _distributed_ variant control framework without the issue of waiting be a direction line master. On Mac, both I...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
User in Marketing and Advertising

The user interface is not very intuitive so I found it difficult, While the set up was frustrating because of the extremely strict permissions once I got it working I was able to use my git tools.

User in Information Technology and Services

Reliability is barely acceptable - it's much too easy to get a repo into an unusable state (and no extension are required for this to happen). Recovering from incorrect operations is much too difficult - unlimited rollback should be possible.

 
AWS CodeCommit
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Kevin S.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I like the clean integration with AWS CodePipeline and in organizations with tight compliance, it is great managing access with IAM.

Most Helpful Critical Review
User in Marketing and Advertising

The user interface is not very intuitive so I found it difficult, While the set up was frustrating because of the extremely strict permissions once I got it working I was able to use my git tools.

Mercurial
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Ines G.
User

In contrast to comparative apparatuses (Git), Mercurial is extraordinarily simple to utilize and cleaned. It gives you the advantage of running a _distributed_ variant control framework without the issue of waiting be a direction line master. On Mac, both I...

Most Helpful Critical Review
User in Information Technology and Services

Reliability is barely acceptable - it's much too easy to get a repo into an unusable state (and no extension are required for this to happen). Recovering from incorrect operations is much too difficult - unlimited rollback should be possible.

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