Archive for the ‘Bitbucket’ Category

High Availability: Bitbucket Data Center VS GitLab HA

Last update: 10/26/2020 We regularly help our customers plan and implement on-premises and cloud High Availability (HA) solutions in close networks (air-gapped) or cloud / hybrid, and for a variety of tools – e.g. Atlassian Bitbucket, GitLab, Jira, Artifactory, SonarQube, GitHub and more. We are often asked “which HA solution is better in the scope […]

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GitHub Follows GitLab and Offers Unlimited Private Repositories for Free

Starting from today, GitHub is offering unlimited free repositories – at no charge  – on their public cloud (github dot com). It’s good for those who have a side-project and they want to keep it private; those who want to keep files private and those who want to hide a project before they make it […]

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Bitbucket Ejects Mercurial – It’s Time for git

Bitbucket announcement Back in 2008, when Bitbucket (formerly Stash), Atlassian’s version-controlled software-hosting service, was launched, it supported only Mercurial repositories. Since then the version control software market has evolved, and Git became the de-facto standard.  According to StackOverfow’s 2018 survey, more than 87% of developers used Git and less than 4% used Mercurial. On August […]

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Why AppsFlyer Moved from Bitbucket to GitLab

Watch an interesting case study how AppsFlyer moved from Bitbucket to GitLab   Transcription: Hello, my name is Elad Leev. I’m a platform engineer from AppsFlyer and I’ve been there for the last two and a half years I love distributed systems and databases and I’m doing it for a while. I like to call […]

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Is it possible to use GitLab CI/CD with Bitbucket?

Recently we witnessed a growing interest in GitLab and especially in its advanced built-in CI/CD component. To answer that interest, we have written a few papers on that topic and held several meetings (all of them recorded). As a result we were asked a number of questions about GitLab CI/CD. In this paper I want […]

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Watch: How AppsFlyer Moved from Bitbucket to GitLab

Few months ago we invited Elad Leev, a DevOps Engineer at AppsFlyer company, to explain why they migrated away from Bitbucket to GitLab. He also shared some tips and best practices of applying the migration. Elad demonstrated the architecture they built for a new secured and rapid environment of GitLab including AWS, GCP and HashiCorp […]

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GitHub Follows GitLab and Bitbucket and now offers private repositories for free

Starting from today, GitHub is offering free repositories – at no charge  – on their public cloud (github dot com). They limit it to 3 free collaborator users (who write code), and you have to pay if you have more than 3 (as it was before). It’s good for those who have a side-project and […]

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