Deploy GitKraken with Bitbucket

Join leading organizations using Bitbucket with GitKraken

Streamline your workflow with Bitbucket and GitKraken. Whether your teams use Bitbucket.org or Bitbucket Server, these tips and resources will help you successfully deploy and scale Git across your organization.

More than 20,000 organizations rely on GitKraken

Why do teams use Bitbucket and GitKraken?

Migrating to Git as your distributed version control system will improve the overall efficiency of your development teams, but initially, developers will face a steep learning curve. Failure to address this challenge often results in increased time to ship your code and decreased code stability. In this white paper, you’ll learn how to tackle this challenge head-on! We’ll share best practices for how tens-of-thousands of teams have successfully deployed Git, Bitbucket and GitKraken across their organizations.

  • Benefits of Git
  • Migrating to Git from other source control methods
  • Challenges developers face adopting Git
  • Training and educational resources for learning Git
  • Best practices for large scale deployments of Git, Bitbucket and GitKraken
  • How to deploy GitKraken with Bitbucket to enhance your workflow
  • Maintaining security standards with GitKraken Enterprise
  • Best practices for deploying GitKraken Enterprise

How to use Bitbucket with GitKraken

If your team is using Bitbucket.org or Bitbucket Server to host your repositories, the GitKraken Git Client can help streamline your workflow and make working with Git much more intuitive! Distribute this tutorial video to your team, and you’ll have everyone up and running with Git, Bitbucket and GitKraken in half an hour.

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This video covers the following topics; use the links to quickly jump ahead:

  • Authenticating with Bitbucket (1:55)
  • Generating an SSH key with GitKraken (3:28)
  • Setting up Bitbucket Server integration (6:26)
  • Opening an existing repo (9:15)
  • Cloning a repository (10:14)
  • Making a change, staging and committing (12:07)
  • Working with remote repositories (17:21)
  • Pulling a change from a Bitbucket remote (19:19)
  • Undo (23:00)
  • Creating a feature branch and pull request (25:26)

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