Migrating from Azure DevOps to BitBucket Cloud - Wheres the Organization support?

Mario Cacciatore
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February 8, 2024

Azure DevOps has a top level grouping object called an "Organization", which is basically like "Company Name", and from there you can add projects to that Org, such as "Project A", "Project B", and each project can have its own list of repos dedicated to that project.

It seems like BitBucket doesn't have a concept of Organization, and rather it goes right to the workspace, which is like a Project, and then each workspace has its own repos.

We already have Jira, but would like user management to be global for all Atlassian stuff, but is BitBucket on its own? I can invite users with any email address, not just ones specific to my company. I can create new workspaces that have no relationship to other workspaces, such as for user management. Am I missing something here?


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February 11, 2024

G'day, @Mario Cacciatore 

Welcome to the community!

Bitbucket's unified user management feature is only available for new workspaces. We have recently launched this feature, details of which can be found on our blog for your reference on how to utilize it effectively.

Unified user management with Atlassian Access

For your information, Bitbucket does allow a user to create multiple workspaces. It's important to note that each workspace has its separate user management and license. Therefore, if you plan to manage various projects, we suggest creating a single workspace and housing all your projects. This approach will enable you to manage your users based on their project access.

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