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What is Git?
Git is the source control management tool, which manages files
by tracking the following
•Who modified when
•Which file has changes and what is the change
•What file added and what file deleted
Git tracking systems helps us to check with the modifications
done by the individual user’s commit id and what is the change
made with commit.
Github/Bitbucket/Gitlab as git host providers. These hosted
services allow us to
•Create the repository in remote git server
•Initialize the local git repository and add the remote repository
URL
•Give access to multiple contributors
•Each contributor can Clone the repository to the local machine
•Pull changes when other contributors update the remote
repository
•Push changes to the remote repository
•Reset Back to the commit history as required
Github/Bitbucket/Gitlab as git host providers. These hosted
services allow us to
•Create the repository in remote git server
•Initialize the local git repository and add the remote repository
URL
•Give access to multiple contributors
•Each contributor can Clone the repository to the local machine
•Pull changes when other contributors update the remote
repository
•Push changes to the remote repository
•Reset Back to the commit history as required
GitHub
GitHub is practically a household name among developers
around the world and for good reason: It’s the largest open
source code repository in the world. The sheer size of GitHub's
community makes it one of the most important software
development platforms to come into existence. However, size
alone is not the only thing that makes GitHub special for
development teams.
GitHub features
1.Version control system features include basic VCS tools,
along with a bunch of instruments that improve in one
those tools. For example, GitHub offers drafts for pull
for code owners, protected branches, and reviews
individuals and teams. The platform also
cloud development environment.
2.Project management tools facilitate the version control
system workflow with task and issue visualization, bug
Roles management is also available on the platform.
GitHub features
3. CI/CD and automation on GitHub consist of continuous
integration and continuous deployment automation, and
GitHub Pages along with GitHub Marketplace. The first
creation of simple web page; the second provides
applications for GitHub users.
4. GitHub is well secured with two-factor authentication
checks and code scanning for vulnerability elimination,
team members.
GitLab
GitLab may not be as popular as GitHub, but it has a lot to offer
developers looking for a cloud-based home for their codebases.
GitLab is especially well-suited for DevOps workflows and
contains features that support them. Just like the previous
VCS, GitLab is a remote host for repositories. It was created by
a team of two developers, one from Ukraine and another from
the Netherlands, and put out on the market in 2014. But GitLab
does not just store the code and facilitate collaboration, it does
much more.
GitLab features
1.GitLab’s version control system includes a wide variety of features.
Besides basic version control instruments, there are tools that aim to divide a
workflow between a repository and local machines into smaller and more
efficiently controlled stages. For example, GitLab offers push request rules,
merge request approvals and merge request drafts, and protected branches.
Similarly, it provides simple migration from previous GIT providers to GitLab.
GitLab features
2. In order to manage projects faster and better, there are planning tools
available such as issues, task lists, assignees to projects, and time tracking.
Supervision of general business performance is included in the package as
well.
3. Regarding security measures, the platform proposes code quality reports,
vulnerability management, Infrastructure as Code Security Scanning, Dynamic
Application Security Testing, and Dynamic API Security Testing.
Bitbucket
Bitbucket is intended for use by teams that leverage Atlassian's
Jira—a bug-tracker turned full-scale work management
solution—in addition to Git. Jira boasts express Agile method
implements, including kanban/scrum boards. Bitbucket offers
native integration with Jira, making it ideal for teams that prefer
it. Bitbucket is one of today’s three famous GIT version control systems.
Originally launched in 2008, in 2010 the service was acquired by Atlassian.
Atlassian is quite famous among corporations for organizing tools like Trello,
Jira, and Confluence. Not having as many features as GitLab or GitHub,
Bitbucket attracts companies with seamless integrations due to its parent
company.
Bitbucket features
1.Version control system tools from Bitbucket include all
the standard features of any VCS. The main distinction is
introduces the project structure of repositories, as it
integrated tools and their symbiosis.
2.Project management is Bitbucket’s strong suit. Having
native integrations with Jira, Confluence, Trello, Bamboo,
version control system flows all the inner processes, even
through the mentioned platforms.
Bitbucket features
3. CI/CD automation is provided by Bitbucket in
integration with Jira first of all, and it focuses on the
and automate dev to deployment.
4. Security procedures include automated vulnerability
monitoring, pull request scanning, and a security
corresponding data.
PROPERTIES GITHUB GITLAB BITBUCKET
Free Private Repositories Provides free
private repositories to its users
Provides free private
repositories to its users
Provides free
private repositories to its users
Free Public Repositories Provides free
public repositories to its users
Provides free public
repositories to its users
Provides free
public repositories to its users
Integrated CI functionality The integrated CI
functionality is not provided by
GitHub. One has to use a third
party tool for this function
The integrated CI functionality
is provided by GitLab
The integrated CI functionality
is provided by BitBucket
File storage GitHub has the capacity to
store large files
GitLab has the capacity to
store large files
Bitbucket has the capacity to
store large files
Open source GitHub is also not an open-
source platform. It provides
limited features in the free
version
GitLab is an open-source
platform.
Users can access all the
features at zero-cost
Bitbucket is not an open-
source. The platform provides
some features, but is not
wholly a open-source
Integration GitHub can be integrated with
third party tools
Gitlab can be integrated with
third party tools
BitBucket can be
integrated with third party tools
Pricing Comparison
WHAT SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?
If you are going to work only on open source projects, Github would be a
good choice since one can upload their own projects and it also acts like
an online portfolio. While GitLab can be used if you are an enterprise. It
has free private and public repositories which doesn't restrict on the
number of users. If you are someone who wants to host multiple
repositories and work with many colleagues, then GitLab might be a
good choice for you.
BitBucket is the most popular among many organizations because of its
user interface. It also has mercurial support. If you are an organization
and you want to host your project, BitBucket would be a great choice.
WHAT SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?
If you want to just contribute to other open source projects then use
GitHub. These days GitHub acts as online portfolio for a person, where
one can upload some of his own projects and mention the GitHub
account in his resume. Many organizations uses GitLab while they want
there codebase to be private. Bitbucket restricts you to work with only 5
people for free, GitLab.com is completely free. So if you want to work
with Digital Ocean then GitLab is best and when you want to You want to
host your 1000 repositories and 100 colleagues somewhere then
GitLab.com is the solution. Bitbucket is one of the most popular while it
comes at organization’s point of view. Bitbucket Cloud has Mercurial
support. Bitbucket also offers free private repositories so only members
can access the codebase.
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Difference between Github vs Gitlab vs Bitbucket

  • 1.
  • 2. What is Git? Git is the source control management tool, which manages files by tracking the following •Who modified when •Which file has changes and what is the change •What file added and what file deleted Git tracking systems helps us to check with the modifications done by the individual user’s commit id and what is the change made with commit.
  • 3. Github/Bitbucket/Gitlab as git host providers. These hosted services allow us to •Create the repository in remote git server •Initialize the local git repository and add the remote repository URL •Give access to multiple contributors •Each contributor can Clone the repository to the local machine •Pull changes when other contributors update the remote repository •Push changes to the remote repository •Reset Back to the commit history as required
  • 4. Github/Bitbucket/Gitlab as git host providers. These hosted services allow us to •Create the repository in remote git server •Initialize the local git repository and add the remote repository URL •Give access to multiple contributors •Each contributor can Clone the repository to the local machine •Pull changes when other contributors update the remote repository •Push changes to the remote repository •Reset Back to the commit history as required
  • 5. GitHub GitHub is practically a household name among developers around the world and for good reason: It’s the largest open source code repository in the world. The sheer size of GitHub's community makes it one of the most important software development platforms to come into existence. However, size alone is not the only thing that makes GitHub special for development teams.
  • 6. GitHub features 1.Version control system features include basic VCS tools, along with a bunch of instruments that improve in one those tools. For example, GitHub offers drafts for pull for code owners, protected branches, and reviews individuals and teams. The platform also cloud development environment. 2.Project management tools facilitate the version control system workflow with task and issue visualization, bug Roles management is also available on the platform.
  • 7. GitHub features 3. CI/CD and automation on GitHub consist of continuous integration and continuous deployment automation, and GitHub Pages along with GitHub Marketplace. The first creation of simple web page; the second provides applications for GitHub users. 4. GitHub is well secured with two-factor authentication checks and code scanning for vulnerability elimination, team members.
  • 8. GitLab GitLab may not be as popular as GitHub, but it has a lot to offer developers looking for a cloud-based home for their codebases. GitLab is especially well-suited for DevOps workflows and contains features that support them. Just like the previous VCS, GitLab is a remote host for repositories. It was created by a team of two developers, one from Ukraine and another from the Netherlands, and put out on the market in 2014. But GitLab does not just store the code and facilitate collaboration, it does much more.
  • 9. GitLab features 1.GitLab’s version control system includes a wide variety of features. Besides basic version control instruments, there are tools that aim to divide a workflow between a repository and local machines into smaller and more efficiently controlled stages. For example, GitLab offers push request rules, merge request approvals and merge request drafts, and protected branches. Similarly, it provides simple migration from previous GIT providers to GitLab.
  • 10. GitLab features 2. In order to manage projects faster and better, there are planning tools available such as issues, task lists, assignees to projects, and time tracking. Supervision of general business performance is included in the package as well. 3. Regarding security measures, the platform proposes code quality reports, vulnerability management, Infrastructure as Code Security Scanning, Dynamic Application Security Testing, and Dynamic API Security Testing.
  • 11. Bitbucket Bitbucket is intended for use by teams that leverage Atlassian's Jira—a bug-tracker turned full-scale work management solution—in addition to Git. Jira boasts express Agile method implements, including kanban/scrum boards. Bitbucket offers native integration with Jira, making it ideal for teams that prefer it. Bitbucket is one of today’s three famous GIT version control systems. Originally launched in 2008, in 2010 the service was acquired by Atlassian. Atlassian is quite famous among corporations for organizing tools like Trello, Jira, and Confluence. Not having as many features as GitLab or GitHub, Bitbucket attracts companies with seamless integrations due to its parent company.
  • 12. Bitbucket features 1.Version control system tools from Bitbucket include all the standard features of any VCS. The main distinction is introduces the project structure of repositories, as it integrated tools and their symbiosis. 2.Project management is Bitbucket’s strong suit. Having native integrations with Jira, Confluence, Trello, Bamboo, version control system flows all the inner processes, even through the mentioned platforms.
  • 13. Bitbucket features 3. CI/CD automation is provided by Bitbucket in integration with Jira first of all, and it focuses on the and automate dev to deployment. 4. Security procedures include automated vulnerability monitoring, pull request scanning, and a security corresponding data.
  • 14. PROPERTIES GITHUB GITLAB BITBUCKET Free Private Repositories Provides free private repositories to its users Provides free private repositories to its users Provides free private repositories to its users Free Public Repositories Provides free public repositories to its users Provides free public repositories to its users Provides free public repositories to its users Integrated CI functionality The integrated CI functionality is not provided by GitHub. One has to use a third party tool for this function The integrated CI functionality is provided by GitLab The integrated CI functionality is provided by BitBucket File storage GitHub has the capacity to store large files GitLab has the capacity to store large files Bitbucket has the capacity to store large files Open source GitHub is also not an open- source platform. It provides limited features in the free version GitLab is an open-source platform. Users can access all the features at zero-cost Bitbucket is not an open- source. The platform provides some features, but is not wholly a open-source Integration GitHub can be integrated with third party tools Gitlab can be integrated with third party tools BitBucket can be integrated with third party tools
  • 16. WHAT SHOULD YOU CHOOSE? If you are going to work only on open source projects, Github would be a good choice since one can upload their own projects and it also acts like an online portfolio. While GitLab can be used if you are an enterprise. It has free private and public repositories which doesn't restrict on the number of users. If you are someone who wants to host multiple repositories and work with many colleagues, then GitLab might be a good choice for you. BitBucket is the most popular among many organizations because of its user interface. It also has mercurial support. If you are an organization and you want to host your project, BitBucket would be a great choice.
  • 17. WHAT SHOULD YOU CHOOSE? If you want to just contribute to other open source projects then use GitHub. These days GitHub acts as online portfolio for a person, where one can upload some of his own projects and mention the GitHub account in his resume. Many organizations uses GitLab while they want there codebase to be private. Bitbucket restricts you to work with only 5 people for free, GitLab.com is completely free. So if you want to work with Digital Ocean then GitLab is best and when you want to You want to host your 1000 repositories and 100 colleagues somewhere then GitLab.com is the solution. Bitbucket is one of the most popular while it comes at organization’s point of view. Bitbucket Cloud has Mercurial support. Bitbucket also offers free private repositories so only members can access the codebase.
  • 18. THANK YOU Like the Video and Subscribe the Channel