What is Bitbucket?
BitBucket is a cloud-based service that helps developers store and manage their code, as well as track and control the changes to their code. BitBucket provides a cloud-based Git repository hosting service which is specially developed for professional teams. Its interface is user-friendly enough so even novice coders can take advantage of Git. Additionally, BitBucket enables teams to collaborate and create projects, test and deploy the code.
Bitbucket is used in access control, pull request, workflow control, integration of Jira, full rest API. The restriction of source code is provided by Bitbucket, which has access control. The enforcement of a project or team is made using workflow control, and the pull requests are carried within the inline comment to collaborate on the code reviews. The traceability of the entire development is done by Jira integration.
The entire API is made to develop features to configure the workflow if it not instantly available. The Bitbucket Cloud is deployed on the servers of Atlassian, and it is enabled using URL. It has an extensive in-built persistent integration tool. The pipelines allow the user to develop, test and execute instantly along with Bitbucket. The Bitbucket server is hoisted directly on-premises, which is in the user environment. But it doesn’t have the option of in-built testing and deployment, and so it is strongly connected to Bamboo, which is the robust continuous integration and persistent delivery that makes the process automated.