What's the best source code version control system for enterprises?

22 votes

Bitbucket 59%

Gitlab 32%

Github Enterprise 9%

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Discussion

22 Comments
  • stackify
    stackify
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    Bitbucket is offered by the widely-known Atlassian and offers unlimited private code repositories for Git or Mercurial. Bitbucket is one of the most popular source code repository hosts in the development community.

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  • Nataliia Kharchenko
    Nataliia Kharchenko
    Github Enterprise
    19 days ago

    A fan of Atlassian products (Confluence, Jira etc.)? BitBucket is your choice

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  • Nataliia Kharchenko
    Nataliia Kharchenko
    Github Enterprise
    19 days ago

    At Cleveroad, we give priority to GitHub as it allows our developers to share their experience and present their open source libraries. Thanks to the free hosting of public projects, this is certainly a social hub for professional developers and anyone who is interested in software development.

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  • eric
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    JIRA and Confluence integration (what tech company isn't using Atlassian?) and the licensing is cheaper than GHE or Gitlab.

  • eshepelyuk
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    @github vs @gitlab ? screw'em both. the really killer feature @Bitbucket has - is a copy icon near "clone the repo". it copies to clipboard THE WHOLE FREAKING GIT CLONE COMMAND, not just the repo name. FTW !

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  • YossiMH
    Gitlab
    19 days ago

    Upgrading to @unity3d 2018.1. Migrating the project from Bitbucket to @gitlab, since the latter offers more free git LFS storage space. (10 GB vs 1 GB.) May try a progressive light bake later. #MountainLakeDevDiary

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  • Eduardo Ortega
    19 days ago

    In terms of quantity of integrations, The Atlassian Marketplace blows GitHub out of the water. In terms of cost, moving Bitbucket for most teams would be the smart choice.

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  • joakinen
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    For all your public/open source/social stuff, use GitHub. For your private repos that few will see, use Bitbucket!

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  • desrtfx
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    Lately, Gitlab had some problems, so for stability reasons, I personally tend more to Bitbucket, but it's mainly down to personal preference.

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  • ProtossIsBroken
    19 days ago

    Gitlab's pipeline stuff is really cool and pretty easy to figure out as well, so would be a good way to introduce yourself to CI and CD if you're not familiar with it.

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  • Paul Krill
    19 days ago

    GitLab, for one, cites the enterprise as its forté, pointing to its success among organizations that prefer to host their own repos.

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  • danielzm
    Gitlab
    19 days ago

    I have like 15 minutes using @gitlab and I can see how better is vs @Bitbucket

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  • jaxzin
    jaxzin
    Github Enterprise
    19 days ago

    If price is not an issue, you don’t mind closed-source, you’re OK with its installation options and you want to put your trust into the biggest and the greatest, choose GitHub Enterprise Edition. If you must have everything Atlassian, choose BitBucket Server. Everyone else should go with GitLab. It’s a great product, it’s open source with the enterprise offering, its pricing is reasonable and there’s nothing it lacks when compared to GitHub.

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  • KARL TATE
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    While GitHub Enterprise does offer some capability that, at first glance, Bitbucket Server may appear to lack, this isn’t the only thing you should consider. Bitbucket’s integration with the wider Atlassian stack — not to mention an ever-growing range of third-party Marketplace plugins — keeps the competition close. Bitbucket edges out ahead when we consider that while GitHub does also support third-party integrations, there are still currently limitations when compared to Bitbucket. Both have their pros and cons, and there’s no denying both are strong tools. A lot of your final decision will come down to personal preferences and team requirements. Overall, though, we believe that when it comes to the battle of Git in the enterprise, the new Bitbucket Server goes the extra mile to make it the winner!

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  • alexzhitnitsky
    19 days ago

    GitHub Enterprise is way more expensive than Bitbucket Server, offering similar functionality.

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  • oscarblank
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    I've used both services, but prefer Bitbucket. Since I have both open source and proprietary repositories, Bitbucket serves all my needs, and one of those needs is the free pricetag. Also, Github's logo is super lame. I can't stand looking at it.

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  • blazedd
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    I'm apart of a small startup with less than 3 people using git. We use both Github and Bitbuckit for free. Github lets us publish our Open Source and Bitbucket lets us keep our closed source private.

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  • james_dube
    19 days ago

    Gave Gitlab a test run...to be honest im pretty impressed! If i had my own private server id go with gitlab no doubt

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  • dontforgetmario
    19 days ago

    One important thing is also that Bitbucket support and implements Internationalization via Transifex https://www.transifex.com/p... so that you can have Bitbucket in your own language and not only in English like Github.

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  • sytsesijbrandij
    19 days ago

    GitLab B.V. CEO here. GitLab is used by more than 100,000 organizations including NASA, SpaceX, IBM, Comcast and AT&T and we're growing rapidly.

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  • VINTproYKT
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    I find Bitbucket very useful in business and for startups. GitHub is the pearl for open source products (just look at GUI and design, it makes sense for any public project)!

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  • James Riche
    Bitbucket
    19 days ago

    If you need an enterprise git management system, a lot of people go with Stash (Bitbuckets sister) for git management. Theres a bunch of plugins for it that make it better then github.

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