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I was looking to setup bitbucket on my private cloud?

Our organisation is looking for buying or setup your product . we want to clear the process of implementation with  the monthly cost and features. and guidance what is best for us cloud or data center

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Oct 17, 2020

Hi ST,

welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Considering the choice between Cloud and on-premise products is quite common these days.

Have you already checked the information on the comparison page?

Bitbucket Cloud and Bitbucket Server are similar products, both of which provide Git repository management abilities. The distinctions here lie in a couple of different areas:

Bitbucket Cloud is geared towards teams who want to get started quickly and do not need to worry about infrastructure and application maintenance. For teams who are not ready to invest in extra hardware upfront, Bitbucket Cloud is the default choice.

Bitbucket Server is for teams who are looking for more customisation and control. Bitbucket Server is installed in-house giving you the ability to control OS, database, etc. This distinction also allows users to integrate with internal LDAP systems and create custom layers of security around their source. For teams that need to keep their source code in-house, Bitbucket Server is the default choice.

 

As for the pricing I'd recommend you to review the pricing page.
In case you want to go with the on-premise solution you would need to add up costs for hardware, maintenance, staff (like a sys admin) and so on.

Cheers,
Daniel

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