GitHub Enterprise provides a shared network repository within the the corporate firewall. Git-Svn provides local repositories. Stash "provides a central place to create and manage Git repositories hosted on your own servers". Is this equivalent to the GitHub functionality, or something different?
Stash is similar to GitHub Enterprise in several ways. Just like GitHub Enterprise Stash is a manager application for your git repositories. It supports pull request functionality that is similar to one GitHub Enterprise has. However, they solve the challange of managing your companies git repos differently. Check out this link https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/124792/stash-vs-github for some examples of what Stash can do.
To answer question in the tittle: yes, if you have Stash, you do not need GitHub Enterprise
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