Bitbucket Joins Atlassian

By on September 29, 2010

Big news today from Bitbucket.org – we’ve joined Atlassian.

It’s been an exciting two years for Bitbucket, but it’s just beginning. The Bitbucket team is pumped to join the Atlassian guys, and together we’re going to build the absolutely best hosted code collaboration system atop Mercurial. We’re working hard to make the service even better, and now we’ve brought in reinforcements!

Free code-hosting

As part of the big announcement, we’re launching all-new pricing tiers. All accounts now have unlimited private and public repositories with unlimited storage. You can now get a 5-user private code repository account for free… forever. And, for the next week, we are offering a free 12-month subscription to the 10-user tier.

Account changes

Bitbucket customers will be receiving emails from us shortly with details about their new accounts. Atlassian will be managing subscriptions, so as of today, we have canceled everyone’s PayPal subscription. Customers with less than five users will automatically be rolled into the new 5-user free pricing tier, but if you have more than 5-users, you’re going to want to update your payment information for the new subscription To manage your new account or upgrade, login to Bitbucket.

Tell a friend

Help spread the message@Atlassian & @Bitbucket offering free private code hosting. 10-user offer until Oct.  3. http://atlss.in/freeyear #mercurial #dvcs” via Twitter.

More information

Check out the acquisition FAQ.

  • http://twitter.com/broady Chris Broadfoot

    “As part of the big announcement, we’re launching all-new pricing tiers. All accounts now have unlimited private and public repositories with unlimited storage.”

    This is an awesome offering! Well done, guys.

  • http://twitter.com/broady Chris Broadfoot

    “As part of the big announcement, we’re launching all-new pricing tiers. All accounts now have unlimited private and public repositories with unlimited storage.”

    This is an awesome offering! Well done, guys.

  • http://blog.chachra.us chachra

    Congrats Jesper and team!!

  • http://blog.chachra.us chachra

    Congrats Jesper and team!!

  • http://neithere.net/ Andy

    Great! The only thing I don't like about that is the menu shadow which is a bit too dark :D
    Thanks guys, Bitbucket is an excellent service.

  • Yaocl

    It is a good news for any SOHO need many private repositories.

  • T27duck

    Pretty douchebaggery move just changing pricing tiers on all users like this. Space wasn't an issue for us and we enjoyed the fact we could put any number of our dev teams on a repo. We'll be taking our business elsewhere now and I'm sure many will follow.

    This could be one of the most critical mistakes bitbucket has ever made.

  • Dave

    Very cool. Looking forward to maybe some nice integration between Jira and Bitbucket, two of my favorite services?

  • foodpoison

    congrats!!

  • http://dpn.name dpn

    Awesome news!

  • Xiong Chiamiov

    The link to the press release is 404ing.

  • http://kencochrane.net Kencochrane

    Congrats! Atlassian sounds like a great company to work for.

    I do notice they look like a java shop, do you still plan on using python and django on bitbucket going forward, or are you going to be changing that over to java as well?

  • Derek Jones

    Hey this is great to hear, congratulations Jesper and the new BitBucket team!

  • megaman821

    Awesome news and a great new offering. I have tons of small projects so this is perfect for me.

  • http://www.debugging.com Salman Ahmed

    Wow this free user thing is really going to pinch the industry!

  • Robert David Williams

    I am very concerned. I don't like what Atlassian did to JIRA recently (I previously loved it) and I hate Confluence and Bamboo. If you break BitBucket by making it another similar heavy-weight “enterprise tool”, I will likewise be moving on–and my startup with me.

    I moved my previous consulting firm to BitBucket because it was just the perfect lightweight toolset to support our agile project. I chose BitBucket for my startup for the same reason.

    Time to start looking for a decent lightweight toolset again (can you say “featuritis” and “scope creep”?). What a shame.

  • http://twitter.com/broady Chris Broadfoot

    “As part of the big announcement, we’re launching all-new pricing tiers. All accounts now have unlimited private and public repositories with unlimited storage.”

    This is an awesome offering! Well done, guys.

  • http://blog.chachra.us chachra

    Congrats Jesper and team!!

  • http://twitter.com/broady Chris Broadfoot

    “As part of the big announcement, we’re launching all-new pricing tiers. All accounts now have unlimited private and public repositories with unlimited storage.”

    This is an awesome offering! Well done, guys.

  • http://blog.chachra.us chachra

    Congrats Jesper and team!!

  • http://neithere.net/ Andy

    Great! The only thing I don’t like about that is the menu shadow which is a bit too dark :D
    Thanks guys, Bitbucket is an excellent service.

    • http://davidchambersdesign.com/ David Chambers

      Don’t expect the Bitbucket UI to stay exactly as it exists today. Word is that some exciting changes are to be rolled out over the coming months. :)

  • http://neithere.net/ Andy

    Great! The only thing I don’t like about that is the menu shadow which is a bit too dark :D
    Thanks guys, Bitbucket is an excellent service.

  • Yaocl

    It is a good news for any SOHO need many private repositories.

  • Yaocl

    It is a good news for any SOHO need many private repositories.

  • T27duck

    Pretty douchebaggery move just changing pricing tiers on all users like this. Space wasn’t an issue for us and we enjoyed the fact we could put any number of our dev teams on a repo. We’ll be taking our business elsewhere now and I’m sure many will follow.

    This could be one of the most critical mistakes bitbucket has ever made.

    • Xiong Chiamiov

      You can be grandfathered in to your previous plan for 12 months.

    • http://jasonkratz.com Jason Kratz

      Wait a second…moving to strengthen the business with a proven partner like Atlassian is a ‘critical mistake’? I think the critical mistake, and the douchebaggery for that matter, lies solely on your shoulders. Maybe before jumping to conclusions you should give them a chance eh?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FRU657DP43WEOVM3KN3WXRDI3E c0lise0

        Lol Jason @ your comment. Any idea what free code hosting is though? I’m a bit uncertain.. I swear ever since I was prescribed imprimine TCAs (tricyclic antidepressants) I have trouble concentrating, maybe the dosage is too high idk.. anyway, cool post.

    • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

      I think the change from 1 to unlimited private repositories is pretty nice! For my personal use this really opens up the ability to not immediately make every embarrassing little project to the world, and you can even use them for small teams.

      If you have a bigger team working on a private project (aka commercial project most likely), surely you can cough up the monthly fee…?

  • T27duck

    Pretty douchebaggery move just changing pricing tiers on all users like this. Space wasn’t an issue for us and we enjoyed the fact we could put any number of our dev teams on a repo. We’ll be taking our business elsewhere now and I’m sure many will follow.

    This could be one of the most critical mistakes bitbucket has ever made.

  • Dave

    Very cool. Looking forward to maybe some nice integration between Jira and Bitbucket, two of my favorite services?

    • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

      Also nice promotion for Mercurial that Atlassian so strongly associates itself with it.

  • Dave

    Very cool. Looking forward to maybe some nice integration between Jira and Bitbucket, two of my favorite services?

  • Anonymous

    congrats!!

  • Anonymous

    congrats!!

  • http://dpn.name dpn

    Awesome news!

  • Xiong Chiamiov

    The link to the press release is 404ing.

  • http://dpn.name dpn

    Awesome news!

  • Xiong Chiamiov

    The link to the press release is 404ing.

  • http://KenCochrane.net Ken

    Congrats! Atlassian sounds like a great company to work for.

    I do notice they look like a java shop, do you still plan on using python and django on bitbucket going forward, or are you going to be changing that over to java as well?

    • Jonathan Nolen

      Bitbuckt is still proudly a Python/Django app. I, for one, am really happy to bring another programming language into Atlassian. I always think you knowing a second language makes you a much better developer, and I’m betting that having a second language in Atlassian can bring some similar benefits to the whole company.

  • http://KenCochrane.net Ken

    Congrats! Atlassian sounds like a great company to work for.

    I do notice they look like a java shop, do you still plan on using python and django on bitbucket going forward, or are you going to be changing that over to java as well?

  • Derek Jones

    Hey this is great to hear, congratulations Jesper and the new BitBucket team!

  • Derek Jones

    Hey this is great to hear, congratulations Jesper and the new BitBucket team!

  • megaman821

    Awesome news and a great new offering. I have tons of small projects so this is perfect for me.

  • megaman821

    Awesome news and a great new offering. I have tons of small projects so this is perfect for me.

  • http://www.debugging.com Salman Ahmed

    Wow this free user thing is really going to pinch the industry!

  • http://www.debugging.com Salman Ahmed

    Wow this free user thing is really going to pinch the industry!

  • dillyh

    This is totally awesome! Congrats!

  • Robert David Williams

    I am very concerned. I don’t like what Atlassian did to JIRA recently (I previously loved it) and I hate Confluence and Bamboo. If you break BitBucket by making it another similar heavy-weight “enterprise tool”, I will likewise be moving on–and my startup with me.

    I moved my previous consulting firm to BitBucket because it was just the perfect lightweight toolset to support our agile project. I chose BitBucket for my startup for the same reason.

    Time to start looking for a decent lightweight toolset again (can you say “featuritis” and “scope creep”?). What a shame.

    • http://jasonkratz.com Jason Kratz

      Care to elaborate on just what changes Atlassian made to JIRA that you don’t like? I’ve been using it since v1 and haven’t been happier with it. Love Confluence too….fantastic wiki software. I’m pretty excited about the merge of BitBucket with Atlassian. Looking forward to seeing what they do with it.

    • Anonymous

      Robert,

      This was my concern as well when they first approached me. However, I found that they have a very similar vision for Bitbucket, and for that reason, I decided to partner up. I’m staying with the company for the years to come, and I won’t let it deteriorate into something I’m not proud of.

  • Robert David Williams

    I am very concerned. I don’t like what Atlassian did to JIRA recently (I previously loved it) and I hate Confluence and Bamboo. If you break BitBucket by making it another similar heavy-weight “enterprise tool”, I will likewise be moving on–and my startup with me.

    I moved my previous consulting firm to BitBucket because it was just the perfect lightweight toolset to support our agile project. I chose BitBucket for my startup for the same reason.

    Time to start looking for a decent lightweight toolset again (can you say “featuritis” and “scope creep”?). What a shame.

  • Anonymous

    This is totally awesome! Congrats!

  • Anonymous

    This is totally awesome! Congrats!

  • abuehl

    I don't really like the new indemnification clauses in the terms of service. Neither github nor CodePlex have such a thing.

  • abuehl

    I don’t really like the new indemnification clauses in the terms of service. Neither github nor CodePlex have such a thing.

  • abuehl

    I don’t really like the new indemnification clauses in the terms of service. Neither github nor CodePlex have such a thing.

  • Snaky

    If you now have the resources, then please help me stupid developer to gain freedom from having three or four different dvcs tools around and x different repositories on which I always forget if git / hg / svn / whatever to use – I do not have enough brain to learn ALL dvcs that exist – please invent an abstraction that enables me to forget about hg / git / svn / whatever subtile differences! THANKS!

  • Snaky

    If you now have the resources, then please help me stupid developer to gain freedom from having three or four different dvcs tools around and x different repositories on which I always forget if git / hg / svn / whatever to use – I do not have enough brain to learn ALL dvcs that exist – please invent an abstraction that enables me to forget about hg / git / svn / whatever subtile differences! THANKS!

  • Snaky

    If you now have the resources, then please help me stupid developer to gain freedom from having three or four different dvcs tools around and x different repositories on which I always forget if git / hg / svn / whatever to use – I do not have enough brain to learn ALL dvcs that exist – please invent an abstraction that enables me to forget about hg / git / svn / whatever subtile differences! THANKS!

  • akd

    Really, this is bothering me a little bit. I was on the free plan, but thinking of upgrading to the first paid plan for the benefit of more private repos. Disk space was not a factor, I used very little. The important part of Bitbucket to me was the ease and flexibility of access control.
    Now, unlimited private repositories and disk space doesn't mean a whole lot when I have to be choosy about who gets access. Even the 10 users plan feels really restrictive, and what really is the point of paying $120 more than $0 for double the users? Don't misinterpret as me whining about a free service, like I said I was willing to go to a paid plan in the past, now I am not so sure.

  • akd

    Really, this is bothering me a little bit. I was on the free plan, but thinking of upgrading to the first paid plan for the benefit of more private repos. Disk space was not a factor, I used very little. The important part of Bitbucket to me was the ease and flexibility of access control.
    Now, unlimited private repositories and disk space doesn’t mean a whole lot when I have to be choosy about who gets access. Even the 10 users plan feels really restrictive, and what really is the point of paying $120 more than $0 for double the users? Don’t misinterpret as me whining about a free service, like I said I was willing to go to a paid plan in the past, now I am not so sure.

  • akd

    Really, this is bothering me a little bit. I was on the free plan, but thinking of upgrading to the first paid plan for the benefit of more private repos. Disk space was not a factor, I used very little. The important part of Bitbucket to me was the ease and flexibility of access control.
    Now, unlimited private repositories and disk space doesn’t mean a whole lot when I have to be choosy about who gets access. Even the 10 users plan feels really restrictive, and what really is the point of paying $120 more than $0 for double the users? Don’t misinterpret as me whining about a free service, like I said I was willing to go to a paid plan in the past, now I am not so sure.

  • http://openid.mimante.net/da Davide Alberani

    Wow!
    Wonderful news, and I'm really happy for Jesper and the staff of Bitbucket, and I want to express my congratulations to them.

    I'm sure more good news will come from this joining.

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    Wow!
    Wonderful news, and I’m really happy for Jesper and the staff of Bitbucket, and I want to express my congratulations to them.

    I’m sure more good news will come from this joining.

  • http://openid.mimante.net/da Davide Alberani

    Wow!
    Wonderful news, and I’m really happy for Jesper and the staff of Bitbucket, and I want to express my congratulations to them.

    I’m sure more good news will come from this joining.

  • Smartnut007

    For someone starting fresh on bitbucket.
    Is it better to stick to the default bitbucket issue tracker ? If so , will it be pulled into JIRA at some point.
    The reason I dont want to go with JIRA straight away is I really like integrating code commits and issues.
    Similarly for wiki and Confluence.

    My question is will both of them be merged at some point or will they live independently ?

  • Smartnut007

    For someone starting fresh on bitbucket.
    Is it better to stick to the default bitbucket issue tracker ? If so , will it be pulled into JIRA at some point.
    The reason I dont want to go with JIRA straight away is I really like integrating code commits and issues.
    Similarly for wiki and Confluence.

    My question is will both of them be merged at some point or will they live independently ?

    • Bitbucket support

      Hi Smartnut007,

      We intend to continue improving BB’s issue tracker and wiki independently, so go ahead and enjoy using them!

      Cheers,
      Jonathan

  • Smartnut007

    For someone starting fresh on bitbucket.
    Is it better to stick to the default bitbucket issue tracker ? If so , will it be pulled into JIRA at some point.
    The reason I dont want to go with JIRA straight away is I really like integrating code commits and issues.
    Similarly for wiki and Confluence.

    My question is will both of them be merged at some point or will they live independently ?

  • Bob

    I thinks it's really not-done to lock-out FLOSS PUBLIC projects by a > 5 (10) users base.
    These projects are the key driver of FLOSS communities and FreeSoftware licences, where this spirit is available in projects like Mercurial, Python.
    So why this weird choice for minimum useraccounts on public repos?

  • Bob

    I thinks it’s really not-done to lock-out FLOSS PUBLIC projects by a > 5 (10) users base.
    These projects are the key driver of FLOSS communities and FreeSoftware licences, where this spirit is available in projects like Mercurial, Python.
    So why this weird choice for minimum useraccounts on public repos?

    • Bitbucket support

      Hi Bob,

      Just want to be sure that you’re clear about our new pricing terms — public repos remains unlimited in all respects. A user can have *unlimited public repos*, with an *unlimited number of collaborators*, with *unlimited space,* forever.

      It’s only private repos that have a user-limitation.

      We love Open Source software, always have, and we’ll always do everything in our power support it.

      Cheers,
      Jonathan

  • Bob

    I thinks it’s really not-done to lock-out FLOSS PUBLIC projects by a > 5 (10) users base.
    These projects are the key driver of FLOSS communities and FreeSoftware licences, where this spirit is available in projects like Mercurial, Python.
    So why this weird choice for minimum useraccounts on public repos?

  • http://en.myfreeweb.ru/ MyFreeWeb

    It may be awesome if AtlASSian will fix the design.
    The logo with “by ATLASSIAN” looks like an ass. These links at the top… And footer :-(

    Bitbucket had one of the best designs… now it's one of the worst. Damn AtlASSian ASSes, acquiring a web service DOESN'T mean fucking up its design!

  • http://floatboth.com MyFreeWeb

    It may be awesome if AtlASSian will fix the design.
    The logo with “by ATLASSIAN” looks like an ass. These links at the top… And footer :-(

    Bitbucket had one of the best designs… now it’s one of the worst. Damn AtlASSian ASSes, acquiring a web service DOESN’T mean fucking up its design!

  • http://floatboth.com MyFreeWeb

    It may be awesome if AtlASSian will fix the design.
    The logo with “by ATLASSIAN” looks like an ass. These links at the top… And footer :-(

    Bitbucket had one of the best designs… now it’s one of the worst. Damn AtlASSian ASSes, acquiring a web service DOESN’T mean fucking up its design!

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  • Xiong Chiamiov

    You can be grandfathered in to your previous plan for 12 months.

  • http://twitter.com/jasonkratz jasonkratz

    Wait a second…moving to strengthen the business with a proven partner like Atlassian is a 'critical mistake'? I think the critical mistake, and the douchebaggery for that matter, lies solely on your shoulders. Maybe before jumping to conclusions you should give them a chance eh?

  • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

    I think the change from 1 to unlimited private repositories is pretty nice! For my personal use this really opens up the ability to not immediately make every embarrassing little project to the world, and you can even use them for small teams.

    If you have a bigger team working on a private project (aka commercial project most likely), surely you can cough up the monthly fee…?

  • http://davidchambersdesign.com/ David Chambers

    Don't expect the Bitbucket UI to stay exactly as it exists today. Word is that some exciting changes are to be rolled out over the coming months. :)

  • http://twitter.com/jasonkratz jasonkratz

    Care to elaborate on just what changes Atlassian made to JIRA that you don't like? I've been using it since v1 and haven't been happier with it. Love Confluence too….fantastic wiki software. I'm pretty excited about the merge of BitBucket with Atlassian. Looking forward to seeing what they do with it.

  • jespern

    Robert,

    This was my concern as well when they first approached me. However, I found that they have a very similar vision for Bitbucket, and for that reason, I decided to partner up. I'm staying with the company for the years to come, and I won't let it deteriorate into something I'm not proud of.

  • Xiong Chiamiov

    You can be grandfathered in to your previous plan for 12 months.

  • http://jasonkratz.com Jason Kratz

    Wait a second…moving to strengthen the business with a proven partner like Atlassian is a ‘critical mistake’? I think the critical mistake, and the douchebaggery for that matter, lies solely on your shoulders. Maybe before jumping to conclusions you should give them a chance eh?

  • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

    I think the change from 1 to unlimited private repositories is pretty nice! For my personal use this really opens up the ability to not immediately make every embarrassing little project to the world, and you can even use them for small teams.

    If you have a bigger team working on a private project (aka commercial project most likely), surely you can cough up the monthly fee…?

  • http://davidchambersdesign.com/ David Chambers

    Don’t expect the Bitbucket UI to stay exactly as it exists today. Word is that some exciting changes are to be rolled out over the coming months. :)

  • Jonathan Nolen

    Bitbuckt is still proudly a Python/Django app. I, for one, am really happy to bring another programming language into Atlassian. I always think you knowing a second language makes you a much better developer, and I'm betting that having a second language in Atlassian can bring some similar benefits to the whole company.

  • http://jasonkratz.com Jason Kratz

    Care to elaborate on just what changes Atlassian made to JIRA that you don’t like? I’ve been using it since v1 and haven’t been happier with it. Love Confluence too….fantastic wiki software. I’m pretty excited about the merge of BitBucket with Atlassian. Looking forward to seeing what they do with it.

  • Anonymous

    Robert,

    This was my concern as well when they first approached me. However, I found that they have a very similar vision for Bitbucket, and for that reason, I decided to partner up. I’m staying with the company for the years to come, and I won’t let it deteriorate into something I’m not proud of.

  • Jonathan Nolen

    Bitbuckt is still proudly a Python/Django app. I, for one, am really happy to bring another programming language into Atlassian. I always think you knowing a second language makes you a much better developer, and I’m betting that having a second language in Atlassian can bring some similar benefits to the whole company.

  • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

    Also nice promotion for Mercurial that Atlassian so strongly associates itself with it.

  • http://www.grauw.nl/ Laurens Holst

    Also nice promotion for Mercurial that Atlassian so strongly associates itself with it.

  • Bitbucket support

    ## When replying please do not write below this line ##

    Request received: [bitbucket] Re: Bitbucket Joins Atlassian (ticket #30)

    Thanks for contacting Bitbucket. Your email (#30) was received. We'll review it and get back to you just as soon as we can.

    Thanks,

    Jesper and the Bitbucket team

    ———————————————-

    Disqus, Oct 02 10:51 (PDT):

    ======

  • Bitbucket support

    ## When replying please do not write below this line ##

    Request received: [bitbucket] Re: Bitbucket Joins Atlassian (ticket #31)

    Thanks for contacting Bitbucket. Your email (#31) was received. We'll review it and get back to you just as soon as we can.

    Thanks,

    Jesper and the Bitbucket team

    ———————————————-

    Disqus, Oct 02 11:10 (PDT):

    ======

  • Bitbucket support

    ## When replying please do not write below this line ##

    Request received: [bitbucket] Re: Bitbucket Joins Atlassian (ticket #46)

    Thanks for contacting Bitbucket. Your email (#46) was received. We'll review it and get back to you just as soon as we can.

    Thanks,

    Jesper and the Bitbucket team

    ———————————————-

    Disqus, Oct 04 23:39 (PDT):

    ======

  • Bitbucket support

    Hi Smartnut007,

    We intend to continue improving BB's issue tracker and wiki independently, so go ahead and enjoy using them!

    Cheers,
    Jonathan

  • Bitbucket support

    ## When replying please do not write below this line ##

    Request received: [bitbucket] Re: Bitbucket Joins Atlassian (ticket #55)

    Thanks for contacting Bitbucket. Your email (#55) was received. We'll review it and get back to you just as soon as we can.

    Thanks,

    Jesper and the Bitbucket team

    ———————————————-

    Disqus, Oct 05 13:42 (PDT):

    ======

  • Bitbucket support

    Hi Bob,

    Just want to be sure that you're clear about our new pricing terms — public repos remains unlimited in all respects. A user can have *unlimited public repos*, with an *unlimited number of collaborators*, with *unlimited space,* forever.

    It's only private repos that have a user-limitation.

    We love Open Source software, always have, and we'll always do everything in our power support it.

    Cheers,
    Jonathan

  • Bitbucket support

    Hi Bob,

    Just want to be sure that you’re clear about our new pricing terms — public repos remains unlimited in all respects. A user can have *unlimited public repos*, with an *unlimited number of collaborators*, with *unlimited space,* forever.

    It’s only private repos that have a user-limitation.

    We love Open Source software, always have, and we’ll always do everything in our power support it.

    Cheers,
    Jonathan

  • Bitbucket support

    Hi Smartnut007,

    We intend to continue improving BB’s issue tracker and wiki independently, so go ahead and enjoy using them!

    Cheers,
    Jonathan

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FRU657DP43WEOVM3KN3WXRDI3E c0lise0

    Lol Jason @ your comment. Any idea what free code hosting is though? I’m a bit uncertain.. I swear ever since I was prescribed imprimine TCAs (tricyclic antidepressants) I have trouble concentrating, maybe the dosage is too high idk.. anyway, cool post.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FRU657DP43WEOVM3KN3WXRDI3E c0lise0

    Lol Jason @ your comment. Any idea what free code hosting is though? I’m a bit uncertain.. I swear ever since I was prescribed imprimine TCAs (tricyclic antidepressants) I have trouble concentrating, maybe the dosage is too high idk.. anyway, cool post.