Scaling Git with Bitbucket Data Center
As software development increases in complexity, and development teams become more globalized, centralized version control systems like Subversion stop meeting the needs of their users. But distributed version control systems like Git thrive in this environment. Rather than confining developers to one centralized location for the full version history of the software, distributed version control allows each developer’s working copy of the code to act as a complete history of all changes made to the software. Today, Git is far and away the most widely used distributed version control system by developers– and for good reason.
In this whitepaper, you'll learn:
The key benefits of adopting Git for software development
Tips for implementing Git at your organization
How to scale Git with Bitbucket Data Center
Meeting compliance requirements with Bitbucket Data Center