With Atlassian Bitbucket you can enable actual collabrative work on your source code. That way you can guarantee higher quality and improved traceability of your development tasks.
Often a git repository is stored online in a cloud. With Bitbucket you have the option of storing your own work on your own server. This way you retain data sovereignty over codes, databases, systems and user access. As an option, Honicon also allows you to host your work in your own administration.
Benefit from the following advantages of using Bitbucket, among others:
Integration with products from Atlassian or other tools
Cooperation within the system and beyond
Rely on flexibility, security and performance
Dashboards for individual employees or the whole team
- Integration with products from Atlassian or other tools
- Cooperation within the system and beyond
- Rely on flexibility, security and performance
- Dashboards for individual employees or the whole team
Create transparent repositories & projects with Atlassian Bitbucket
Increase the quality of your (further) developed codes by testing codes in cooperation. Intelligent comments directly in your code, i.e. with context, enable and create real transparency among all involved parties – even if cycles of repository revision are irregular.
Approvals can be requested individually for pulls and merges. Thanks to versioning, any changes to the code can be tracked and parallel work on different development paths is possible.
Use Bitbucket in combination
Bitbucket connects seamlessly to the tools you already use. Thanks to the expandability with various add-ons, nothing stands in the way of the introduction.
For example, with Slack you can inform teams directly about activities in Bitbucket.
With Jira Software you can optimally track changes, visualize tasks and save time. Each system can be controlled from the other without changing platforms.
Similar to Jira Software, Bamboo can also be used. This allows the quality of code to be monitored and results from automated testing to be fed directly into the system.