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Bitbucket is the Git solution for professional teams. It provides collaboration and code management around the versioning of your codebase. Every piece of core functionality has been built to help software teams work better together. This ranges from collaboration to integrations & extensibility, security, and scalability. Bitbucket allows software teams to collaborate around their source code, secure their code base, enforce development workflows, and scale as their team grows. It integrates with JIRA Software for traceability from feature ideation through deployment. Bitbucket provides a platform for developers to discuss code changes, a window into development progress for development managers, and a performant version control system for system admins.

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Atlassian is a provider of collaboration, development, and issue tracking software for teams. With over 50,000 global customers (including 85 of the Fortune 100), their advancing the power of collaboration with products including JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, and Bitbucket.
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"Great Features"

What do you like best?

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.

What do you dislike?

Bitbucket has no features for code refactoring. It takes some time to work on understanding the file transfers for bitbucket, as compared to github, but that is just a matter of practice. I wish there was an option to set permissions for repositories too.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

The features provided by bitbucket are worth applauding and it is an overall smarter and easier way of managing the software deliverables.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

My team and I use bitbucket to store our programs online, use it for version control, easy access, and just container point of view. It has been an easy ride with bitbucket for software development.

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"Excellent Version Control Repository"

What do you like best?

The best feature of Bitbucket is that it has a very good code comparison tool which helped you to verify the changes and add code review comments on it. It has its own visualization of branching with the master which is very helpful when working with many users and many branches. It provides very good support for integrating with other Atlassian products like Jira and Confluence. Through Jira, you can easily create branches, automatically add comments in Jira while committing the changes and also create the pull request from Jira itself. You can also integrate source code inspection tool like SonarQube to inspect the code quality.

What do you dislike?

One thing which I don't like is its user interface. It could have been better. If you are a large organization which has many projects and developers then you need to be prepared to pay considerable price for using the service.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you want to have private repositories then Bitbucket is the perfect code repository for you to have it. It allows up to 5 private repositories. I would recommend to use it for you or for your organization if you want to keep your code securely.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In my organization, I am using Bitbucket for committing, code review of team members, creating pull request. It helped my organization to keep the source code securely and have good source code quality.

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"A good experience with bit bucket which is equivalent to Gut hub"

What do you like best?

Very most liked part in bit bucket is we have this in Atlassian where we can see the commits and everything in each ticket assigned to the assignee. And so we can see from which ID the commit had happened and at what time the Pull request is merged. Which will be very helpful for others to find whether the ticket is completed or not

What do you dislike?

Nothing so far because This is useful for code merged commits and raising pull request so The user will reach a good experience. Next one is the user should be able to set a password for bit bucket alone because I can use the same password for bit bucket also. So some secured path needs to be done.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you use Jira please give a try on gitLab so will be very useful for you. So Once you used you will be in a place to refer others also

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code Pull request raised, Merged, Used cherry pickup for a selected commit and have used to test the same code to clown and run the whole code in my local machine. This is a very great benefit for me to have the bit bucket status in my ticket.

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"Awesome Code Repository"

What do you like best?

The best thing which I like is the code review feature for the branch during pull request. It shows code differences, allows team members to comment on modified code and reply on those comments. It integrates very well with Jira so that you can create branch, pull request from Jira itself. Also, when you commit the changes, change comments can be directly added to Jira only. It allows you to integrate with Slack which can give you information like who has created PR or who has commented on which PR. Another thing which I like is that it shows history of commits which has been useful for me and my team a lot.

What do you dislike?

I did not find any problem with Bitbucket till now. Although one thing I want to highlight is that, there are few problems in operations of servers if you use free version of it. So, it's better to use premium version of it.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I would recommend it to every small or large organization who wants to have code repository for their product or projects. If you are small organization and have money constraints then you can use its free version as well.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I have been using it for safely storing project to the server. Also all my team members can share those projects and simultaneously work on it. It helped me and my organization to have better code quality through it's code review feature.

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"Is Bitbucket a worthy replaced to Github?"

What do you like best?

I really enjoy how easily Bitbucket integrates with JIRA and having the ability to create tasks for each PR comment.

Some nice features that I enjoy are that each PR comment can be turned into a JIRA tasks or just a tasks that has to be completed before merging the PR. It also give you a lot of flexibility in setting merge rules.

What do you dislike?

I've found that Bitbucket is not always the best at highlighting React code and sometimes that can get in the way of reviewing code.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Bitbucket is a great tool all around. It might not have the open sources feel of Github but the collaboration ability is just as good. I do recommend to try Bitbucket's free account first to see its a tool that works for you!

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are using Bitbucket as our primary Git repo and use that to also create PR and review them.

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"Great and evolving"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket has been improving itself over time to provide us with tool for the complete development process. With pipelines, tickets, Jira integration and so on, this is a really complete tool.

What do you dislike?

Some features are not really complete yet, pipelines for instance still have a lot o work that needs to be done. There's no easy way to setup a user independent Application Token for using the File Download/Upload API, PR review experience is still far from ideal (new UI is better, but there's still too much info on screen, even though most of the needed info is not there).

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Dive in into all the integrations and features, they are simple and usefull

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code versioning, CI/CD. I feel that having a single tool for following the development pipeline is something really good, bitbucket also provides us with interesting functionalities, such as configuring the project branching strategy, which is a simple but really useful feature.

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"Coding will stay safe"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket is a nice repository for our coding etc. We use it in our department working between two countries. We can easily share our work and grant access without to much hassle. Our source codes are safe here and can be located in unlimited personal repositories or shared. It's simple and we can even invite project managers if they need to share coding with clients.

What do you dislike?

It can be slow sometimes and it is also getting quite expensive when you get to be a bunch of users. Integrations are limited so you might feel like a need to buy other products from same provider. Searching of coding can be a bit of a hassle and if you find you don't have access you're kind of stuck and need to find the owner on your own.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Make sure that your team size will stay the same once implemented as it can get very expensive and consider if you would like to work with Atlassian products in general.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have a place for out codes and we can audit what happened to them. We can share codes easily due to a nice interface. All developers can keep coding in local repository but also share.

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"Bitbucket is the primary codeshare and version control"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket allows us to have a group account for the entire lab. We are then also able to have multiple projects split according to the kind of work we are doing, which can then be split into individual repositories which inturn have individual branches. The UI is clean, and easy to navigate to reach these numerous options.

What do you dislike?

A problem which probably plagues all git systems is that when multi partner projects are being done, there can be several merge conflicts which don't have a good solution as yet other than manually undoing changes to reach the base version.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Although it's not as popular as GitHub and that causes answer finding difficult at times, Bitbuckets own helpdesk/how to guides are very useful to navigate through any information you may need.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Bitbucket is used for all our code at the lab. It allows for multiple users and also shows a good representation of the branches and when they split and the number of commits between them.

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"Great repository manager"

What do you like best?

The best thing about Bitbucket is its beautiful interface that, together with the power of its dashboard, allows you to easily manage several repositories and organize your work much better.

This service has a dashboard very well designed with many useful options for the management of repositories, especially those related to privacy (allows private repositories). In addition Bitbucket allows you to import repositories of other services such as GitLab or GitHub by just entering the URL, the speed with which it imports the repositories is fast, it only takes a few minutes.

The control tools for commits in the repository are very useful to check at all times that people have made changes, this history of commits allows us to see the user, the branch and the date in which the changes occurred.

What do you dislike?

After having thoroughly tested Bitbucket, the only mistake I found is that perhaps the names of the menus could appear next to the dashboard icons in order to identify more easily which place we are accessing. Although over time they end up memorizing the menus for new people for the first time, it can be negative.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

The Bitbucket interface is very intuitive and beautiful, if you are looking for a repository manager to use from your browser, I definitely recommend this application because, besides pretty, it works very fast and allows you to configure many security options for repositories.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I needed a repository manager where I could manage everything from a well-organized dashboard and that presented an attractive interface since I was going to waste a lot of time looking at the screen. In Bitbucket I found in addition to a nice interface a great tool to control my projects, in addition I could import all my repositories that I previously hosted in a remote server just by entering the URL.

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" Great software with private repositories to store our codes."

What do you like best?

Because I like? it is very simple to say, it is because it provides the best private repositories and without limit of number that is to say you can create the ones you want, its interface is extremely nice which makes its use very simple, it is ideal to store a large amount of codes of organizations or companies and the best thing is that it offers a great price and can be integrated with several services.

What do you dislike?

A sincerity I consider that it is one of the best software that was used for this function so that I have nothing negative to say, it is super complete.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Bitbucket makes it much easier to check your peer codes or to carry out a control of your Hosting, thanks to the fact that it allows you to create unlimited private repositories ideal for your small, medium or large company and all this can be done in a very simple because it is very easy to use.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In our company we use Bitbucket to carry out a follow-up of our large projects, and we compare our peer codes in order to carry out a better management of them, besides this it is very interactive and intuitive, so working with it makes everything very simple.

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"Very good version control system"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket is very easy to use software service. The best part is that it allows having a private repo with up to 5 people inside. This is a very good feature for startups and small teams to have code under the private repository. With bitbucket the code review process is very easy, you can write comments make changes right inside the pull request or commit. It also has all integrations with other Atlassian's software which can save a lot of time. Once your project up and running with more people (more than 5) the price is very affordable.

What do you dislike?

I have been using bitbucket for 3-5 years and so far there are no points which I dislike. The only thing is that the service becomes down for a few minutes and this is really frustrating as no code or commands can be deployed. And another point is that the repo has 2gb size limit but I don't think this is a case as it supposed to store only code and note media files.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

This is a free software service which supports private repositories for up to 5 people. I definitely recommend to give it a try as it is free (for small teams and projects) and very easy to use.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Nowadays when the project consists of many people there is no way to work on the code by one. The whole team work on the project and bitbucket gives the ability to control the code flow and the software versioning. It has all the tools which make the development process very easy and smooth.

BitBucket allows us to have private repos with very easy to use interface. And in case you are working on a small project with a team up to 5 people you don't need to pay anything.

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"Bitbucket Server gives you full control of your code"

What do you like best?

It is great to be able to do the code review within Bitbucket.

Bitbucket work perfectly with all the other Atlasian products.

The plugin collection is pretty good. And the quality of the plug is great too.

It does offer a great interaction with Jenkins to execute CI/CD.

What do you dislike?

We don't like the fact that Bitbucket Cloud and Server or so much different.

We would have though that the later is the same has «bitbucket.org», but on premise. It is not, it is a different product with different set of Api.

The plugin market is great, but the price to add some basic functionality is something ridiculous.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Bitbucket is great and cheaper than other git management solution.

If you don't want to do an in house installation, use bitbucket on cloud.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have move from different set of tool (gitolite, fisheye, crucible) to a single product Bitbucket.

It has reduce our product costs and maintenances fees.

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"The effective solution for all team."

What do you like best?

I like the way of distributed release monitor system that makes it simple for us to cooperate with our working team. Always have unbroken access to the data center. The freedom to use our productivity quicker and from anywhere in the world. Wonderful tools to learn about.

What do you dislike?

Very good opportunity to manage all working steps which are really very easy and doesn't bring any bad issues. I don't have any ideas what you can to change on this software as I know that this program completely suits me.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

The bitbucket for sure will present to you a higher quality which you rea strongly need. Will provides you a benefit in communicating with all colleagues which you require. The better way to receive preferably involvement in your team.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Definitely, we completely enjoy with our working tool. We guess that we found the key to valid work which will help us to operate for results. Also, we have the opportunity to work with the big amount of our documents and we can store all of them in a very large memory place which is really very helpful for all of the team.

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"Good value for growing business"

What do you like best?

What initially attracted me to Bitbucket was the free plan for source control, for up to 5 users. As a new company starting out I wanted to keep costs as low as possible, and so this was the main reason for signing up. However now we have grown out of the free tier, Bitbucket is still competitive with the other products on the market, and it has been easy to introduce continuous integration pipelines and run them in parallel in the cloud to minimise the time to run automated tests and deploy.

What do you dislike?

At the moment it isn't set permissions on tagging which is something we would benefit from https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/10967/restrict-pushing-git-tags-to-certain-users

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Managing our source code, and automating our deployments to various environments in AWS.

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"BitBucket is a Great Alternative to GitHub"

What do you like best?

Easy to use and understand and intuitive. Issue tracker is easy to use.

But the main reason I love it is due to its pricing plan which blows GitHub's out of the water. Bitbucket offers private repos for free up to 5 members and if you want to add more members then there is a cost, whereas GitHub only offers private repos with a paid plan.

What do you dislike?

I don't like how each site has their own slight variation on the poorly defined Markdown markup language. I wish it adopted CommonMark which was started by recognizable figures in industry to better define the Markdown specification.

I don't like their size restriction of 2 GB on git repositories (although to be fair this is more an issue with git's performance at those sizes rather than an issue with BitBucket itself).

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Definitely start your private repos here instead of GitHub which is only more popular because they were established first.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

BitBucket allows me to host private git repos for my multiple side projects which don't make revenue and I wouldn't be able to afford otherwise.

I also don't have to worry about paying if I want to give a few others access to my repo when working with others.

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"Excellent GIT Repository"

What do you like best?

With Bitbucket I can save my Git repositories in a safe and very reliable way. I have been working with this tool for several years and I have not had a single problem with it.

What do you dislike?

There's nothing I can say that I do not like. With Bitbucket I have achieved everything I expected to save my development projects.

Perhaps the only thing I can mention is that working with the new templates to deploy a project can be a bit confusing at first, but on the Internet there are many guides that can help you solve that quickly.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Bitbucket for me is the benchmark in the market. Perhaps many may be inclined to use Github, but really if you are in the corporate sector, Bitbucket is for me the best option.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Because we are a company that develops software, we need a reliable private repository to store our projects and share it with the entire development team.

Bitbucket provides this alternative in a very reliable way. It also allows us to review the code and create pull request so that including updates without revision in a branch is very difficult.

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"Best version controlling tool"

What do you like best?

The best thing about bitbucket is its integration with other Atlassian products like JIRA, Bamboo, etc. In bitbucket, we can handle version controlling other than this PR requests are great for code review. It's very easy to use for users. It has great UI. When some is watching your PR you got to see in the right bottom corner that this person is watching your PR, that's the best. Specific access can be given to users is very useful.

What do you dislike?

Nothing to dislike. Everything is worked fine.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Surely, everyone should try once at least, who needs version controlling in their organization.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In our organization, every project is being managed over Bitbucket. Multiple employees can work on the same project using the branch feature. By version history, we saved every work at a branch and in some CFD cases, it is very useful to explore the issue. So basically it helped to improve company growth.

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"Best version controlling and project code sharing"

What do you like best?

Its integration with JIRA and Bamboo is fantastic. We can access it in many purposes for JIRA and Bamboo form their platform. As we know GIT is being used in the market at very large scale, so other than this its integration makes it special. The best thing is We can track branch from its connected JIRA. We can create a Bamboo plan for specific branch also and build for that.

What do you dislike?

It's UI for repository navigation can be more good. It's overall GU performance can be improved, It's not best. Its free tier for small scale is great but at a big scale, it is costly to afford.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

For every organization who need to manage their software versions, they must go for it despite of cost.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Our project version history tracking comes very handily when some CFD or CPE comes under picture at that time we go to downgrade and explore it by more info and it's very

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"Excellent Version Control System For Businesses"

What do you like best?

Not only is this solution to version control cheap, but it is excellent. This system can be based off of git or mercurial which is a huge plus to developers who are used to either of those systems. The price is either cheap or free depending on how you use the system which is a huge selling point to businesses like ours. It also has features such as an API that you can integrate into your projects.

What do you dislike?

The only dislike is that the GUI client that is available for download is a bit confusing. If you aren't familiar with git based systems and using CLI then this can be quite confusing.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

The main recommendation that I would have for those who are switching to Bitbucket is to know if you are going to use it as a git or a mercurial based system. If you are using it with a Git based system, make sure that you understand the Git CLI so that you can better resolve any issues that pop up.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are using Bitbucket as a means of version control. We have realized that Bitbucket has much better features compared to other free systems such as Subversion.

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"Great Private Repos for Teams"

What do you like best?

BitBucket's interface for configuring your git repos is fantastic. Additionally, the ability to search code, review pull requests, and monitor your team's progress is great. Set up was trivial - we switched from self-hosted mercurial to BitBucket hosted git (even though Bitbucket can host mercurial repos). It took about 2 hours total to make the switch. Most of the time was spent waiting for the upload/push to complete. We were able to keep commit history as well which was a major plus.

What do you dislike?

The new UI change makes jumping between repositories difficult. For a startup, each developer works on multiple repositories and switching between them can be cumbersome.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Try it. Set up an account and add a remote server to your repo. Push it there and then poke around and see how you like it. The nice thing about git/BitBucket is that it's very easy to try and to set up. Take a close look at the branch permissions system and then the pull requests.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Having git hosted and managed for us has save us time managing a dev server. Additionally, having the ability to manage permissions and review pull requests simply helps our team spend more time developing and less time fighting git.

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"Most balanced git service I've come across"

What do you like best?

* I believe it achieves the right balance for the Freemium model in the git SaaS world.

* Integrates well with Jira, allowing tracking of bug/fix commits within Jira issues

* They are the developers of SourceTree which is one of the most capable git desktop clients (at least on the mac)

* The ability to review and comment on commits in the web interface

What do you dislike?

* Even after a recent redesign, the UI is cluttered and confused

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I found Bitbucket hit the right spot when we started up a few years ago - the pricing model is right (especially for a startup) and they are a rock solid service (only a few intermittent outages). Comparatively, Github pricing is all wrong for a startup (private repos cost on a per developer level), and GitLab is young and really wonky in both usage as well as uptime.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We found Bitbucket very capable and when we first started out, it was important to us that their pricing was startup friendly while still allowing us to create private repositories right off the bat without paying (unlike github)

We needed a capable git SaaS that allowed us to create private repositories without having to pay a lot because source code repositories are fundamental infrastructure that you want to stress test for a while before committing to it. Paying up front (like for github) creates a powerful disincentive to leave even if the service doesn't turn out to be optimal.

I also feel that Bitbucket seems to charge for the right features. As an example, they started charging as soon as we exceeded 5 users. This is very startup friendly - we were strapped for cash early on but a bigger team is a good indicator of financial health and is a good time to start charging for access.

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"Bitbucket : Private and Secure Git Repository for Software Development"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket is best tool to manage simple or complex code base for any software development while working with number of software developer.We can easily create or delete branch as per user story.

We can also see all commit by our changes made.They have also given feature that what type of branch you

want to create like feature,release,custom and bugfix. It helps a lot in software development lifecycle.

What do you dislike?

Bitbucket has competition with GitHub , as GitHub is free public repository but It is not free. There are no serious dislike with it although i am happy with it. It's paid but more secure for business purposes.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Bitbucket is the best git repository choice if you want your software code to secure and private. It is very easy to use.We can also integrate it with other tools like jenkins, Jira and Rally etc. By integrating it with jenkins we can validate that our committed code has no compilation error and as we commit our code to bitbucket repo, build start automatically.

Pros :-

1. Easy to use and manage code base for different release of software.

2. Grant Access permission to user as per requirement of project.

3. Efficiently Compare latest commited code and previous code.

4. Can see all commits with code changes made for different and master branch systematically.

5. Best choice for private and secure repository.

Cons : - After using it from almost last 2 years , I have not find anyone.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

1. We use it to manage our complex project codebase for different releases.

2. Do clone and push the code for different repository branch.

3. Use to see code commits and create pull request to merge into master branch.

4. It also help to compare latest code to previous code.

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"Wonderful software which works simply for us."

What do you like best?

Bitbucket works simply, has a clear interface and many functions that we use every day. In addition, a lot of integration with different services, branched out the structure of files, which, compared to others, greatly simplifies and speeds up the work. Has a free trial, which is ideal for a start-up or small business.

What do you dislike?

I'm glad that I don't see any bad issues about that platform. Maybe time to time process can be slow but it is not a big deal as all product wor well. By the way all of the help from support service you can get online which is save your time.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you want to have good quality in the workflow, it will be useful to use software such as Bitbucket. In addition, this service will provide the opportunity for better cooperation between members of your team. And yes, if you are a representative of a small business, then you may have enough free version features.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Bitbucket is a tool that provides us with an excellent online repository for visualizing and sharing information with my team. This gives us the key to effective work that will help us work for our results. We are happy, and we are sure that Bitbucket is created for this.

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"Easy and convenient."

What do you like best?

The better way to provide granular access monitoring for our team, ensuring the right user can make the correct changes to our code. Also, I like that I can save time combing via application results with a semantic search that ranks determination first.

What do you dislike?

I can't say that this program is not strong enough. During the working time, I never have a problem with this. To manage all of the stuff is easy and does not have any bad issues.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

This is wonderful option control system that makes it simple for you to cooperate with your working team. Also, you can enjoy flexible development models for teams of all rates and needs. The best step to have unbounded personal and public storage with Bitbucket. I recommend this a program.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

This program gives us the assurance to develop. We can decrease our mistakes and keep the team lean working on critic tasks. Also, we have the ability to store and control our create configurations in a single file.

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"A excellent repository and CICD pipeline"

What do you like best?

Bitbucket provides an excellent tool for source code repository and CICD pipeline. With Bitbucket, we easy to manage code with creating a project repository, manage user permission, create a branch, it provides a useful cycle from creating merge request, assign, review and approve a merge request and effective way for resolve conflict.

Bitbucket CICD is awesome, it allows to build a full pipeline without the need of external tool such as Jenkins, with few lines of code and we able have a pipeline which is triggered in every code commit and run unit test, quality scan or code deployment.

What do you dislike?

To use Bitbucket in your company you need a license version to get all its feature, lack of ability to setup permission in repository level

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Using Bitbucket as source management is effective if you have good branch management process and good merge request review strategy, also apply Bitbucket CICD pipeline help to ensure coding quality and speed up development time

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use Bitbucket as a source management tool with a master branch which holds production version, a dev master branch which has the main source, with every story we branch out from dev master and once the story complete we merge back to dev master branch. We define a process of code review for every merge request.

We use Bitbucket CICD to the buidl pipeline which runs on every commit to trigger compile and unit test stage, and pipeline run on merge request to run quality scan and full automation test so the quality of code are ensured.

Bitbucket User Ratings

8.4
Ease of Use
Average: 8.6*
8.3
Quality of Support
Average: 8.5*
8.9
Ease of Setup
Average: 8.6*
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