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Top 20 Alternatives & Competitors to Beanstalk

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  1. GitHub

    (1,163)4.7 out of 5
    GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over two million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, GitHub is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Easier to set up
    Easier to admin
  2. GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over two million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, GitHub is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Easier to set up
    Easier to admin

    GitHub review by Khaled A.
    "GitHub The professional version control tool: I'm a developer so I'm basically I use Git version control in my projects, GitHub gives a free source code hosting for your site! I like the features they provide: code analysis, github pages, issue tracker I like GitHub pages service it gives free-limited flexible web hosting for your projects, it saves a lot of time setting up and uploading your website "
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  3. Bitbucket

    (372)4.3 out of 5
    Store all of your Git and Mercurial source code in one place with unlimited private repositories. Includes issue tracking, wiki, and pull requests.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Bitbucket is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Easier to set up
    Easier to admin
  4. Store all of your Git and Mercurial source code in one place with unlimited private repositories. Includes issue tracking, wiki, and pull requests.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Bitbucket is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Easier to set up
    Easier to admin

    Bitbucket review by Hope A.
    "Great Features: Bitbucket offers very good features for version control. Some of the ones that stand out are the ability to grant permissions to different branches. It makes it very reliable from a security point of view. I also like its trello boards to collaborate with multiple members on the same project, as it makes organization very easy. Free of charge private repositories are always appreciated too. "
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  5. GitLab

    (185)4.4 out of 5
    An open source web interface and source control platform based on Git.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, GitLab is:

    Better at meeting requirements
  6. An open source web interface and source control platform based on Git.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, GitLab is:

    Better at meeting requirements

    GitLab review by Samuel G.
    "the best to control and order my projects: GitLab makes creating and supporting a project very easy because from this first step it gives you instructions so that you can upload your project to the cloud correctly, as I move forward in the project I can add collaborators to work in a group no matter where they are located, I like it I can make comments and mention my colleagues to be informed of changes made before they start working, the function of being able to see the lines of code that were modified in case it shows an error when they are going to integrate the changes made It is very good because this way we avoid integrating errors that could create errors when making the presentation."
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  7. Microsoft Team Foundation Server

    (118)4.1 out of 5
    An enterprise-grade server for teams to share code, track work, and ship software — for any language, all in a single package. It’s the perfect complement to your IDE.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Microsoft Team Foundation Server is:

    More expensive
  8. An enterprise-grade server for teams to share code, track work, and ship software — for any language, all in a single package. It’s the perfect complement to your IDE.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Microsoft Team Foundation Server is:

    More expensive

    TFS review by James I.
    "Great Product, Ideal for Small Development Shops: If you use Visual Studio for development, TFS, or its online equivalent VSTS, you can have a fairly seamless end-to-end integration. Out of the box, it provides code management, testing, work hierarchy in agile formats, automated build, and deployment. "
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  9. Helix Core

    (79)4.1 out of 5
    Optimized for quick response
    Helix Core is an industrial-strength version control and collaboration platform that supports flexible workflows. Helix Core eliminates the complexity of large-scale, distributed product development – allowing you to build products faster while protecting your valuable IP.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Helix Core is:

    More expensive
    Better at support
  10. Helix Core is an industrial-strength version control and collaboration platform that supports flexible workflows. Helix Core eliminates the complexity of large-scale, distributed product development – allowing you to build products faster while protecting your valuable IP.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Helix Core is:

    More expensive
    Better at support

    Helix Core review by AJ J.
    "scalable enterprise solution for version control: User friendly graphical tools like the Revision Graph and file history graphs. Securely manageable single repository as well as large repositories that delivers files quickly to distributed teams. Efficient and effect support. I think using the graphical interface to perforce (p4v) is a more effective way to work with perforce for most users. It makes it much easier to manage multiple workspaces, change lists, branch mappings, merging and most other functions. Time lapse tool is just fantastic I can not live without side-by-side diff tool at a mouse click Command line tools are powerful but needs little more experience, that comes with time. Applying the scripts is making daily work easy."
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  11. Assembla

    (60)4.0 out of 5
    Optimized for quick response
    SVN continues to be the repository of choice for software teams managing projects with massive amounts of data. For over 10 years, companies all over the world trust Assembla to host their SVN repositories in a secure, high performing cloud environment.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Assembla is:

    More expensive
  12. SVN continues to be the repository of choice for software teams managing projects with massive amounts of data. For over 10 years, companies all over the world trust Assembla to host their SVN repositories in a secure, high performing cloud environment.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Assembla is:

    More expensive

    Assembla review by Sergio P.
    "I woudn't recommend Assembla for project management for software projects: I can't really think of anything I really like about assembla. It is complicated to use, has the basic features that are needed, but the end result is difficult to read. The editor doesn't provide much help. Changes are displayed together with relevant information in a way that makes reading a simple task complicated. It takes a long time to get used to the format, and even then, it takes too long to get the information that is relevant from a ticket."
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  13. Phabricator

    (25)4.3 out of 5
    Phabricator is a complete set of tools for developing software. Included apps help you manage tasks and sprints, review code, host git, svn, or mercurial repositories, build with continuous integration, review designs, discuss in internal chat channels, and much more. It's fast, scalable, and fully open source. Install it locally with no limitations, or have us host it for you.
  14. Phabricator is a complete set of tools for developing software. Included apps help you manage tasks and sprints, review code, host git, svn, or mercurial repositories, build with continuous integration, review designs, discuss in internal chat channels, and much more. It's fast, scalable, and fully open source. Install it locally with no limitations, or have us host it for you.

    Phabricator review by Jason M.
    "Robust Development Platform: Fully integrated set of tools for development: task tracker, pre- and post-commit code review, repository management, CI integration, chat, scheduling tools, wiki, project management tools, paste, graphics review tools, and many other helpful features. While all the features may look overwhelming at first, the Dashboard tool and extensive setting controls allow you to select, integrate, and display only those features you need."
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  15. Gerrit

    (20)4.1 out of 5
    Gerrit provides web based code review and repository management for the Git version control system.
  16. Gerrit provides web based code review and repository management for the Git version control system.

    Gerrit review by Consultant
    "Best Pre-Commit review tool / workflow, but is a complicated: 1. Pre-Commit peer reviews ensures no unreviewed code can go in repository. The workflow mandates this without any human interventions. 2. 2-level gates i.e. both Peer review and Build status should be Green to proceed. 3. Can double up as a Git Repo Server as well 4. Fine grained access control 5. Open Source"
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  17. Plastic SCM

    (17)4.4 out of 5
    Optimized for quick response
    Plastic SCM is a version control system that will help you develop new features in parallel, go distributed, merge in time, and never break a build again

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Plastic SCM is:

    More expensive
    Easier to set up
    Better at support
  18. Plastic SCM is a version control system that will help you develop new features in parallel, go distributed, merge in time, and never break a build again

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Plastic SCM is:

    More expensive
    Easier to set up
    Better at support

    Plastic SCM review by Jani K.
    "Great VCS for Game Development: After using Git and Git LFS for a few years for game development, we were looking for alternatives - the way Git handles binary files even with LFS is a bit cumbersome, to say the least. PlasticSCM on the other has been designed with binary-files in mind from the get-go, and the support for binaries is really good and it just works the same as with text files (diff is of course a bit different case, but out-of-the-box image diff support in Gluon helps a bit, and you can use any diff you like for files). After getting used to, I have also come to like the way PlasticSCM handles DVCS - you commit straight up to a repository, but that repository can be local. The local and remote repositories are then just synced up. Kind of like git, but still different - in git the local repo is handled inside the project tree, but in PlasticSCM you basically setup your own PlasticSCM repository server which is used for committing (although this process is painless and you won't even realize it in the install program). Great GUIs (there are two, a DVCS PlasticSCM gui and Gluon, the straight up commit to remote gui intended for artists), and commandline support help a bunch."
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  19. SourceForge

    (11)3.3 out of 5
    SourceForge is a web-based service that offers a source code repository, downloads mirrors, bug tracking and other features.
  20. SourceForge is a web-based service that offers a source code repository, downloads mirrors, bug tracking and other features.

    SourceForge review by Kuntal V.
    "SourceForge the ultimate OpenSource software base: The best thing about SourceForge is that it provides a huge platform to the open source community. "
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  21. JFrog

    (10)4.5 out of 5
    JFrog provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, JFrog is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support
    More usable
  22. JFrog provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, JFrog is:

    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support
    More usable

    JFrog review by Sanyaisirao M.
    "Maintain internal libraries: We can maintain internal libraries with authentication. Setup to publish and resolve is through documentation console."
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  23. FogBugz

    (11)4.0 out of 5
    FogBugz provides all you need to make great software, including project management, issue tracking, and support, fused with just enough process to help you deliver.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, FogBugz is:

    More expensive
  24. FogBugz provides all you need to make great software, including project management, issue tracking, and support, fused with just enough process to help you deliver.

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, FogBugz is:

    More expensive

    FogBugz review by Ank P.
    "FogBugz a Great Bug Tracking Solution: The FogBugz bug tracking tool is awesome tool which is very easy to use and doesn't require any training to log bug or track the status of the bug. FogBugz offers a powerful search engine that allows you to instantly search any bug without any delay. FogBugz offer there service in very reasonable price.It's compatible with Android, iOS, and Blackberry smartphones, and the iPad and other tablets. FogBugz provide emails and notifications which keeps team members updated on changes to the issues and bugs they are working on. "
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  25. Buddy

    (6)4.9 out of 5
    Code, build and deploy with no effort

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Buddy is:

    Easier to admin
    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements
  26. Code, build and deploy with no effort

    Reviewers say compared to Beanstalk, Buddy is:

    Easier to admin
    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements

    Buddy review by Lucas W.
    "Best CI/CD that I've used: UX - Hands down the best UX, I've had on any CI/CD tool. Status and progress are very clear, so there's never a question about what's happening and you don't have to read through a wall of text before you're able to identify issues. Setting up your workflow aka "pipeline" is a very easy process, which is crucial because it's the crux of the whole system. UI - Modern and sleek, clearly subjective, however, the tool itself is not a cookie cutter design and there was a lot of thought put into the aesthetic, which definitely separates it from other tools within the same space. Flexibility - One of the issues with other GUI driven CI/CD tools we've experienced is it's lack of flexibility, however, Buddy doesn't have those same limitations. Comes with pretty much everything you expect and/or want from any CI/CD tool. Automation, notifications, cloning, Rsync (clutch), variables (seemingly simple, but also clutch), SSH, 3rd party connections, "CRON" jobs, etc. the list goes on. All done without being forced to write a single config. file. Speed - One the fastest, if not the fastest deployment tools we've used. Sandboxes ... yea ... sandboxes"
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  27. Gitea

    (4)4.8 out of 5
    Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.
  28. Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.

    Gitea review by Andrew F.
    "Powerful, Open Source, Free, Self Hosted: the fact that its hosted locally or on a company owned cloud server is great. It gives the system administrators full control over the system and it costs a lot less. Wombathaven's purpose is to help people and business build their own cloud and break free from proprietary software and restrictive licences. This GitHub like alternative is great and easy for the developers to use. Thee only limit is your hardware"
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  29. Surround SCM

    (3)4.3 out of 5
    Seapine Software provides process-centric application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions for product development and IT organizations.
  30. Seapine Software provides process-centric application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions for product development and IT organizations.

    Surround SCM review by Saurabh S.
    "6+ Years of experience with surroundsound SCM: User friendly application. Easy t o manage multiple version. It provides the flexibility to see the code from multiple version, and you can compare it side by side"
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  31. Gogs

    (3)3.5 out of 5
    Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git service that runs virtually anywhere with little overhead.
  32. Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git service that runs virtually anywhere with little overhead.

    Gogs review by Pascal L.
    "A great free replacement for GitHub on premise: - Gogs is lightweight, it can even run on a RasberryPi. - It is free - It is crossplatform, so you will be able to choose where you run it. - User compliant with Docker."
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  33. springloops

    (3)4.2 out of 5
    web based collaboration/version control
  34. web based collaboration/version control

    springloops review by Mike T.
    "Amazing hosted code and project management platform: Everything! I've been using Springloops for about 7 or 8 years now for managing development projects in 4 different companies and private work and it keeps getting better. If I had to pick the feature I like best it's the deployment. I choose the branch I want to deploy, press the button and it's sent to my server. If there is a bug I can roll back just as easily. AND... it's free. I have paid accounts for work but for private stuff where I only need 1 project at a time I can easily use use the free tier. "
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  35. Glitch

    (2)4.8 out of 5
    Glitch has from useful tools that solve problems at work, to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes.
  36. Glitch has from useful tools that solve problems at work, to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes.

    Glitch review by User in Computer Software
    "Glitch is my go-to hassle-free HTML & JS fiddle site: I love that Glitch gives you dead simple preconfigured application bases like a quick Node/Express project right out of the box, which is great for building quick, proof-of-concept APIs. Other cloneable configurations like a React starter project are a couple of clicks away."
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  37. RhodeCode

    (2)3.5 out of 5
    The Bridge to Git, Mercurial & Subversion in the Enterprise
  38. The Bridge to Git, Mercurial & Subversion in the Enterprise

    RhodeCode review by Sanjay T.
    "Review for RhodeCode: Advanced code reviews. Side-by-side diffs. Pull requests. Inline source code chat. Full-text code search and source code indexing. Web-based file adding, editing, deletion. Code snippets system"
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  39. Kiln

    (2)4.8 out of 5
    Git and Mercurial Version Control and Source Code Hosting Used by over 20,000 software development teams to manage their code, improve quality with code reviews, organize projects, track changes and collaborate.
  40. Git and Mercurial Version Control and Source Code Hosting Used by over 20,000 software development teams to manage their code, improve quality with code reviews, organize projects, track changes and collaborate.

    Kiln review by Piyush C.
    "My experience with Kiln version control and code review software: Kiln ensures that my code is secure and up to date. It uses HTTPS and SSH support allowing flexibility in user permissions. Whenever we commit changes to our project it gives notifications to keep us informed, and also about the updates to the subscribed repositories. "
    See all Kiln reviews