2019-11-20T05:39:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Bitbucket?

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We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.

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Vice President at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2020-06-14T08:03:00Z
Jun 14, 2020

We use it on the cloud. It's the latest and greatest. You don't have to pay for maintenance and you get automatic updates and hardware and backups and all that nice stuff. I paid a little premium for it, but you get a lot of benefits. Licensing is on a monthly basis, it's available on their website. They have a free version, a pro version and then they have an enterprise version. The Pro version is kind of the middle of the road for about $7 per user per month.

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Nachu Subramanian - PeerSpot reviewer
Automation Practice Leader at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2020-05-25T07:16:44Z
May 25, 2020

The price of Bitbucket is on the high side, but I think that's because of the tool's capability, which is justifiable. If you're purchasing for a smaller number of users then the license cost per user is definitely expensive, but if you buy a greater number of licenses, then it likely becomes a little cheaper. Atlassian is a very clever company. They sell the base product a little cheaper, and on top of that they sell many important plugins or add-ons which you need but which are also expensive. You might think you have a reasonably good deal but the base product will not have some of the important features and if you look at the final cost, it's a little expensive. But the tool has good capabilities and very good features not explored by many other Git based version controlling tools like GitLab or GitHub.

it_user1261719 - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Information Officer at a recruiting/HR firm with 11-50 employees
Real User
2020-01-22T12:44:00Z
Jan 22, 2020

We are using the minimum package with ten users and we are happy with the price because we are a small company. With our small number of users, our licensing fees are approximately $10 USD per month. There are no fees in addition to this.

PederHerborg - PeerSpot reviewer
CEO at Fiftytwo A/S
Real User
2019-11-20T05:39:00Z
Nov 20, 2019

I don't know exactly what the program costs, but it depends on how many users you have. We recently upgraded from 50 to 100 users, and I think it's public on the website. I am not sure.

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When I compared different version control tools, I found Bitbucket to be one of the most effective ones currently available on the market. One of the things that I initially noticed about Bitbucket is that it integrates seamlessly with JIRA, which really adds value to our organization. This integration allows us to see the task effects on a JIRA task and Git. We have also integrated it with Slack. We get informative comments in a pool request if we do a full request using Slack on our team channels. It's far more convenient to check Bamboo to see if this code has been released. This is especially crucial if the code is used to troubleshoot production issues. One of the features of Bitbucket that I really appreciate is its scalability. The solution is scalable and it is not very difficult to do. In my organization, about ten employees use this product, including members of diverse teams such as the automation department. We use this solution with frequency, daily. We plan to continue using it in the future, even as the business grows. A major benefit of Bitbucket is the simplicity it offers for code checking and tracking of our project depositories which we have locally. This includes software development code changes. Bitbucket has aided our organization in keeping our code updated on a daily basis. It's straightforward for me to check out my most recent code or send my local code to the depositories. Another feature I value is the simplicity of the initial setup. Because it's a cloud version, we did not need to do any kind of setup with it. We initially started using the trial version of it for 30 days. We created some repositories and started accessing it. Later on, we upgraded to the Enterprise version. There were no issues at all in setting it up. Another one of Bitbucket’s key features is its stability. Bitbucket is a standard git implementation with perfectly coordinated screens and we have had no problems with its stability. We use it quite heavily because all of our applications and updates are handled on different branches in Bitbucket. We use a handful of different tools to connect source code updates to bug reports. Bitbucket integrated with our bug tracking system and also integrated with our requirement tracking system, so now we have more robust facilities. We can integrate these solutions using command line hooks, whereas when we do it all manually, it's not likely to happen. This solution has improved our organization because it has simplified and streamlined our developer communication code and review process. It also made these much more visual. Bitbucket's traceability is great. Being able to see pool requests is of great value when we are collaborating. Ultimately this solution empowers our team to generate quality code through automated testing and allows us to deploy code with confidence.
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 7, 2022
Hi, We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information. Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
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PederHerborg - PeerSpot reviewer
CEO at Fiftytwo A/S
Nov 20, 2019
I don't know exactly what the program costs, but it depends on how many users you have. We recently upgraded from 50 to 100 users, and I think it's public on the website. I am not sure.
it_user1261719 - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Information Officer at a recruiting/HR firm with 11-50 employees
Jan 22, 2020
We are using the minimum package with ten users and we are happy with the price because we are a small company. With our small number of users, our licensing fees are approximately $10 USD per month. There are no fees in addition to this.
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