Free. Ensure consistent git commit policy across your organization. The best Jira hook for miles. Better than YACC
Instantly track development for Jira issues by adding information from Azure Pipelines
Automatically mirror to github, another bitbucket server instance, or any valid git url
Verify the changes (branches, tags, commits) committed to Bitbucket against configurable rules
Extracts values from Maven POMs and keep your Bamboo variables in sync with your Maven POM
Provide intelligent reviewer suggestions based on your changes
Easily connect one or more GitHub Organizations to your Jira site and select specific repositories to bring your work together. Use the Smart Commits syntax to sync related commits, branches, and pull requests to a project in Jira.
Simplify your SVN to Git migration: import and mirror SVN repositories to Git within Bitbucket UI
Easily create and share code snippets in Bitbucket Server
Automate and control your Bitbucket Pull Request Workflow, Reviewers, Approvals and Merge Process
Macros to include files and repository metadata from private and public Bitbucket repositories into Confluence pages
Before you will merge or push your changes you need to check the corresponding Jira issue. Establish and protect your workflow
Get the best out or you SVGs: functional links with tool-tips, dynamic content, crop, advanced sizing, pan & zoom and much more
Trigger parameterized builds in Jenkins from Bitbucket Server
Rejects pushes that delete branches involved in active (not merged/declined) pull requests
Lightweight plugin to display all branches the current commit belongs to.
The powerful, lightweight and native alternative to FishEye for Subversion and Jira
Generate beautiful documentation for your Open API (Swagger) compliant JSON or YAML definitions
Customize the look and feel of Bitbucket Server
Unlimited post web hooks. Trigger after commit, PR created, updated, re-opened and merged
Reject commits to a repository based on configurable rules
Automatic unapproval means developers can iterate on a feature branch until it is ready to be merged, confident that each change has been verified by their designated reviewers.