What is Bitbucket

What is Bitbucket Server?

Features of Bitbucket

Bitbucket is a developer tool for source code management in the context of software development. This means that in the course of software development, you can precisely track which user took what action and at what point in time. This makes it easier to fix errors and further develop ideas from other users. The most important thing is that you can always jump back to a previous version and continue programming from there. Users can be invited to a project and teams can be formed depending on the project. In Bitbucket you get a nice overview of the last saved versions and also of changes made, which are highlighted in color.

  • Source code management (version management / code management)
  • collaboration
  • Easy troubleshooting
  • Comprehensible work steps
  • Simply jump back to an older version

The central element in Bitbucket is the user with their directories (repositories). Another important element are forks, which can be created (Branch) and reunited (Merge). Bitbucket offers an unlimited number of private, non-public directories (repositories) per user and a free team function for up to five team members. Team members who go beyond this have to pay a monthly fee. These are staggered in the number of users, for example for 10 users, 25 users, 50 users, 100 users or an unlimited number of users.

  • Directories (repositories)
  • Forks - create (Branch) & reunite (Merge)
  • Unlimited private directories
  • Free team function for up to five team members
  • Source Tree
  • Pull requests
  • Branch permissions
  • Inline discussions
  • Bitbucket pipelines
  • Git Large File Storage
  • Diff views
  • Projects
  • Third Party Integrations
  • Build integration
  • Desktop client
  • Integration of Jira software
  • APIs
  • Merge checks
  • Code search
  • Clustering
  • Smart mirroring
  • Merurial repository hosting
  • Snippets
  • Integrated continuous delivery
  • Track issues
  • Wiki

There are various integration options for Bitbucket. These are, for example, Jira for commits and pull requests, add-ons for the Connect framework for adapting the cloud, webhooks for Hipchat, Bamboo or other systems.