Bitbucket

Bitbucket

par Atlassian

Qui utilise Bitbucket ?

Développeurs de logiciels et équipes produit

Description de Bitbucket

Bitbucket est un outil destiné aux équipes professionnelles. Vérifiez, gérez et collaborez autour de votre code. Créez, testez et déployez en toute confiance avec CI/CD intégrés.

Informations sur Bitbucket

Atlassian

https://bitbucket.org/

Fondé en 2002

Prix de Bitbucket

Bitbucket est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. La version payante de Bitbucket est disponible à partir de 2,00 $US/mois.

À partir de

2,00 $US/mois

Version gratuite

Oui

Essai gratuit

Oui

Déploiement

Cloud, SaaS, web

Installation (Windows)

Formation

Webinaires

Documentation

Ressources d'aide

En ligne

Bitbucket - Fonctionnalités

Logiciels DevOps
Définition des priorités
Gestion des portefeuilles
Gestion des stratégies
Gestion des versions
Gestion du calendrier
KPI
Rapports de dépannage
Tableau de bord
Workflow d'approbation
Débogage
Déploiement continu
Gestion de la configuration
Gestion des assurances qualité
Gestion des autorisations
Gestion des changements
Gestion des tests
Journal de génération
Livraison continue
Contrôle des sources
Contrôles/Permissions d'accès
Débogage
Développement d'applications web
Développement de logiciel
Développement mobile
Factorisation de code
Gestion du déploiement
Modélisation de données
Outils de collaboration
Rapports et analyses
Sans code
Tests de compatibilité

Avis sur Bitbucket

Afficher 5 avis sur 876

Note globale
4,6/5
Facilité d'utilisation
4,4/5
Service client
4,3/5
Fonctionnalités
4,5/5
Rapport qualité-prix
4,5/5
Carlos david M.
Sr. Software Engineer
Services financiers, 1 001-5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    2/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    8/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 06/12/2019

"Bitbucket - The Enterprise alternative to GitHub"

Commentaires: I have used Bitbucket in multiple scenarios. But mostly for Software Development with Scrum Board. Although I have used KANABN as well. I have experience both as project administrator and as regular user.

Avantages: Bitbucket is private repository with lots of feature and multiple language support.
In my daily use, I mostly commit Java applications using the scrum board.
I have used the cloud version for almost three years. In my previous company and now at my current one.
One of the best features is the code review following the git flow workflow. You can select the source and target branch for the pull request and you can select default approvers as well as define your own one.

Inconvénients: The project administration, especially the setup of the permissions for a particular repository tends to be quite hard. And when you try to contact support, usually there is no help at all and you end up researching on forums to be able to find the answer you're looking for.
In this kind of software, especially if a company like Attlassian is behind it, the support should be better.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 06/12/2019
Utilisateur vérifié
Software Engineer
Immobilier, 501-1 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    4/5
  • Support client
    5/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    4/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    9/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 19/08/2019

"Best repository management platform out there"

Commentaires: Overall, our teams love BitBucket and we use it daily. We host our code up there and this allows us to review, manage, and share our code directly to all teams. It's easy to do things like set permissions or integrate other tools like Jira which make the platform even more robust than it already is. Although a bit pricey as you scale with your engineers, it's generally a cost-effective platform given your business size that is unmatched in repository management software and allows us to build products with a sense of peace and security.

Avantages: I think the biggest pro with using Bitbucket is that it integrates extremely well with JIRA. This allows you to track your tickets with the branches you're working on and to easily see its progress during each sprint. It's intuitive and straightforward to use. It's also quick and almost rarely did we have any technical issues. Whenever we did have some issue, it was just with some expiring licenses which was easy to resolve. Permissions are additionally easy to manage. Overall, it's just an amazing tool that is 100% essential for our software team as it manages our repositories and allows to share, review, and manage our code across all teams.

Inconvénients: The only downside I can think of is the scaling costs associated with it for the paid plans. Bitbucket charges per user. We have around 100 software engineers so it adds up a lot. Also, our engineers are quite experienced so working in Bitbucket hasn't been that much of a challenge. I've heard that engineers will lesser experience in repository management find Github to be easier to learn and implement but again, with greater experience comes a more expansive toolset.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 19/08/2019
Nadheesh J.
Senior Research Engineer
Développement de programmes, 501-1 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus d'un an
  • Note globale
    4/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    4/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    Sans note
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    8/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 10/06/2020

"Bitbucket: an alternative remote git repository"

Commentaires: I used Bitbucket as a remote git repository for many of my projects that involve groups. At first, it was a great product, it makes the collaboration among my team much easier when developing large software systems. However, I do not see a significant advantage of using Bitbucket instead of the most widely used alternative. I would expect more from Bitbucket to continuously use that.

Avantages: Bitbucket has all the features offered by the most widely used remote git repositories and offers much more with free version compared to the alternative products.

Inconvénients: The features are so similar to the alternative solution, and therefore this solution fails to produce a better experience compared to those alternatives. Thus cannot justify using Bitbucket instead of its competitors.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 10/06/2020
Adrian C.
Programmer
Logiciels, 1 001-5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    3/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    2/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    1/5
  • Support client
    1/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    0/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 08/01/2020

"Started as a great product, but I got disappointed"

Commentaires: Brilliant from 7 years go until approx 3 years ago. Painful to use for the last 3 years and we are currently migrating everything to GitHub.

Avantages: We started implementing version control using Mercurial about 7 years ago (in my own company). On the advice of a colleague at the time we used Mercurial as opposed to Git. Bitbucket worked perfectly with Mercurial when we needed it at the time and really helped our business. It was fast easy to use and understand and the online UI kept getting better and better.

Inconvénients: In the last 3 years, pushing and pulling and doing any kind of actions became tediously slow. I copied some of the repos to GitHub and converted to Git to check it was not a problem with my repo, with my computer, or with the software I was using (SourceTree). In all cases the only difference was using a Mercurial versus Git repo on BitBucket. I got no response to my support query, and no response to a forum post as to the issue and when it would be fixed. I then made a decision for our entire company to move all of it's repos to GitHub and stop using BitBucket - we are doing this right now. Approx 1 year after the decision was made, BitBucket emailed all it's customers to say they would be discontinuing support for Mercurial as not enough of their customer base used it. However there was no suggestion of helping migrate all repos to Git, no support docs on how to do this and honestly this was too little too late for us. We had become so annoyed with BitBucket that we would have migrated regardless.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 08/01/2020
Veljko Z.
Lead Engineer
Services et technologies de l'information, 1 001-5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    4/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    4/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    8/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 27/04/2020

"Very easy to use, but lacking some needs for enterprise (non-crucial though)"

Commentaires: We never had any showstopper issues with it, everything simply seems to be working on it's own. It provides enough integration points for CI/CD pipelines and maintenance has never been an issue. We've been using it for years on a mid-big project without issues (~2M lines of code, 4 years worth of active development, now with around ~50 people), and also on some other with client having huge project (~20M lines, ~7 years, ~150 people at the moment).

Avantages: First thing to note is there's two versions of the software - self hosted and cloud hosted on bitbucket.com. Make sure you know what you're buying as those two vary sometimes significantly in features (e.g. lack of automerge branches in cloud hosted version, which might be a showstopper for you). However, they're constantly putting out updates, so make sure to check the latest version comparisons. In general, the cloud version is the 'skinny one'.
Reviewing changes has always been a breeze and the major strong point of bitbucket - it's very easy to start comments, reply, assign tasks, require min number of approvals before merging, etc.
The support for git-flow is seamless - the versioning is working always as expected, with auto-merge down to the correct branch detected correctly.
We have setup a build engine to it so you can't merge a branch that's failing builds, which works great.
The overview of code, branches, PRs is working great, the full-text search throughout entire codebase is amazingly fast (although, it's lacking some basic filters).

Inconvénients: Some pull requests are limited to review only the 1000 files - this is unfortunate, because if you have very large projects and with some refactoring you're easily over that number, this doesn't give you ability to see that-very-specific project files you want to check upon. It's annoying as there doesn't seem to be any good reason for the limit.
If you have large teams (e.g. imagine 160 people, split into 15 teams), you can't group people which would be useful to see ("PR's of my team" for example would be a nice feature to have).
Also missing is what's seen nowadays in github - a recognition for the language that's shown.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 27/04/2020