We performed a comparison between Atlassian SourceTree and Bitbucket Server based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Version Control solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The interface is very good and is easy to use. It tells you when you've committed, when you've uploaded, and gives you the differences."
"The most valuable feature is the ability to fix a broken repository merge."
"Bitbucket Server is easy to use. You can use other applications to access it, or you can use it to access the internet. You can use solutions, such as Sourcetree, which is free, and put it on your development system and use it to do the check-in, checkouts, and those type of operations. It is nice, but some other developers may agree."
"Integration of Bitbucket with JIRA & Bamboo is well done by Atlassian."
"The most valuable feature of this solution is server management."
"For everyday use, I am more comfortable using the command line interface, rather than using SourceTree."
"I have had a food experience with Atlassian SourceTree but it might not be for everyone."
"Instead of providing only raw features and plugins, Atlassian should provide a ready-to-use integration of both choices to incorporate "trunk-based" development."
"Some of the capabilities that I am looking for from a command line are not really available."
Atlassian SourceTree is a graphical user interface (GUI) desktop client that facilitates user interaction with Git repositories. SourceTree provides a visual interface that is easy to use and intuitive. It allows developers to save a lot of command lines when working with Git.
The tool is free and works as a Git client for Windows and Mac OS. You can visualize and manage your repositories via the simple GUI. The client offers an efficient and consistent development process for Git and Mercurial.
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A Program Manager/Engineer at a government says, "The most valuable feature is the ability to fix a broken repository merge… This product has helped because we have been able to fix problems when our code repository breaks."
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For customers who need to run our applications behind their firewall, we have Server and Data Center options. Server delivers greater capacity for a larger user base and gives you more control, allowing you to remain compliant with your enterprise IT, security, IP and privacy policies. For our largest customers, Data Center provides all the capability of our Server option, along with high availability, instant scalability and performance at scale.
Atlassian also offers premium support and strategic services for enterprise customers. Technical Account Managers are cross-functional technical advisors providing proactive planning and strategic guidance across your organization. Premier Support goes above and beyond our standard offerings to give you account-wide support from a team of senior support engineers.
Atlassian SourceTree is ranked 4th in Version Control with 2 reviews while Bitbucket Server is ranked 3rd in Version Control with 3 reviews. Atlassian SourceTree is rated 8.6, while Bitbucket Server is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Atlassian SourceTree writes "User-friendly, easy to scale, and it helps to fix problems with our code repository". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Bitbucket Server writes "Good management for version control, with a helpful community". Atlassian SourceTree is most compared with GitHub, Bitbucket, Git, AWS CodeCommit and IBM Rational ClearCase, whereas Bitbucket Server is most compared with Bitbucket, AWS CodeCommit, Liquibase, IBM Rational ClearCase and GitHub. See our Atlassian SourceTree vs. Bitbucket Server report.
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