Currently, we are using Crucible version 3.10.1. We want to upgrade to a new version. Please suggest which version we can go for and why.
Hi @AYESHA AR
As Crucible 3.10.1 was released in October 2015, so I'd suggest you need a significant upgrade jump (or set of upgrades) to ensure you're not vulnerable to any security issues. Crucible has also been sunset by Atlassian and the latest version (4.8) was released in December 2019.
Can I ask what business need Crucible meets for you as Bitbucket now covers a significant number of use cases that historically required FishEye or Crucible.
@Craig Castle-Mead a major benefit of Crucible was that it supported a comprehensive code review (given enough tweaking in the setup of the review) vs incremental changes that Bitbucket seems best suited for. However, I recall figuring out that Crucible seemed to want to be used similarly, thus making it hard to do a comprehensive review of all the code changes since X (for which many incremental changes may have occurred). I'm not sure what tool a team would want to use if they've done pull-requests for incremental bug fixes, or features and then wants to do a comprehensive review of that whole set of changes (perhaps one interferes with another) prior to the new build, e.g. v1.0 to v1.1 (or maybe 2.0).
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