There is a free plan
by Atlassian Software Systems

Free source code hosting for Git and Mercurial and at the same time a collaborative development tool.

Bitbucket description

Bitbucket is a web service for project hosting and collaborative development, based on Mercurial and Git version control system. It is similar in purpose and functionality to GitHub, although the latter does not provide free "closed" repositories.

Bitbucket’s free features:

  • A 2 GB drive per repository.
  • Unlimited number of public repositories.
  • Private repositories.
  • Access to repositories via HTTP and SSH.
  • Bind your account to your domain.
  • Wiki.
  • Error accounting.
  • Integration with Google Analytics, Twitter, Basecamp, etc.
  • RSS feed of changes.
  • Privacy management.

Bitbucket contacts

Founded in 2008 
Located in the USA

Prices for Bitbucket

Minimum 0 $
Check out Trial period 0
Check out Tariff-free 0
Payment method: By subscription 0
The service is free for open source projects. A private (closed) repository can be accessed by up to 5 users; more entries are provided for a fee of $10 to $200 per month.

Bitbucket features

Security and privacy

Check out Protocol access HTTPS Data between you and the service is transmitted over an encrypted channel (SSL / TLS), which excludes their interception by intruders. 77
No Multi-factor authentication The combined use of several factors reduces the risk of data leakage (in addition to a password, cards, fingerprint scanners, and others are used). 40
No Backing up in multiple locations Backing up your data to multiple independent locations makes it virtually impossible for it to be lost or damaged. 56


No Included in the Unified Register of Russian Programs The service is in the register, which the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of Russia created in accordance with article 12.1 of the Federal Law "On information, information technologies and information protection", in order to expand the use of Russian programs, to confirm their origin and support copyright holders. 43

Software development tools

Check out Joint development 0
Check out Code versioning 1
No Debugger 0
No Code editor 2
Check out Tracking errors 1
No Code discussion 0
Check out Activity stream 0
Check out Wiki 0
Check out Repositories 1

Freebie and sweet vinegar


Free private repositories


Inconvenient interface

In general, you can use the service, the availability of free private repositories is captivating. But the interface is extremely awkward, especially in comparison with Github

Like GitHub, only easier


Everything you need from a version control system

There is a free plan with private repositories

There are projects and teams, it is convenient to work on joint projects

Integrated with JIRA , there is a bug tracker

You can integrate with your systems


Not as popular as GitHub

I use it for personal projects that I do not share with the public. Even the free plan has private repositories. In terms of functionality, it almost does not differ from GitHub, but does not have such a large community, it is mainly used for closed projects.

Good and stable service.


Over 1.5 years of use through the cloud, I have never dropped.


Inconveniently made comments to commits.

Slows when displaying PullRequests.

The main thing is stability. & nbsp; There was an attempt to move to GitLab, but when it constantly submitted, we returned to the good old Bitbucked .. In the end, we decided to work only on it. I am ready to forgive some of the disadvantages of the brakes for its stability.

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