Author Archives: Marcus Bertrand, Bitbucket Developer

Marcus is a developer on Atlassian's Git and Mercurial hosting product, Bitbucket.

Two-step verification is here

Two-step verification (also known as two-factor authentication) is now available on Bitbucket. It’s been one of our most requested features and we’re excited to ship it. Two-step verification secures your account by requiring a second component, in addition to …

POODLE and the end of SSL 3.0 on Bitbucket

As mentioned on Atlassian’s main blog, we’ve decided to end SSL 3.0 support on bitbucket.org in the wake of the newly-published POODLE exploit. Once all the facts were in, the choice was easy, and we acted quickly to address the issue. As our customer, though, …

We’re migrating repositories to new hardware

Starting today, we will be migrating all repositories to a new storage system which will allow us to improve the service and reliability of Bitbucket. Over the next weeks, you can expect the following: Repositories will be migrated to our new storage system on a rolling …

Non-disruptive network maintenance Saturday

On Saturday, at approximately 8:30PM GMT, Bitbucket will perform non-disruptive network maintenance. We will be performing physical cabling work in our patch racks in preparation of expanding our network capacity.  We don’t anticipate that this will have any affect …

Time for a little housekeeping

We’ve got two announcements today about services we will be shutting down in the coming weeks. Their use has waned, and it’s time to put them out to pasture. The Bitbucket Google Group A few years ago we started this forum to allow our users to interact with …

Join the Bitbucket support engineer team

Over 75,000 teams are using Bitbucket to manage, review and share code in the cloud, and we’re looking for a support engineer to help those teams code better together. Are you a technical swiss army knife? Do you love learning and teaching everyone around you about …