Hosted GIT Repositories

November 26th, 2011 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

Many of you developers have used Github, but when you want an organisation’s code hosted (in private repositories), Github can be quite expensive. The current rates are:

Plan Price Private repositories Collaborators Disk space
Organisations: Platinum $200/month 125 Unlimited 60Gb
Organisations: Gold $100/month 50 Unlimited 20Gb
Organisations: Silver $50/month 20 Unlimited 6Gb
Organisations: Bronze $25/month 10 Unlimited 2.4Gb
Personal only: Medium $22/month 20 10 2.4Gb
Personal only: Small $12/month 10 5 1.2Gb
Personal only: Micro: $7/month 5 1 0.6Gb

(Disk spaces on Github are “soft-limits”)
All packages include unlimited public projects.

So, what alternatives are there?

BitBucket
Plan Price Private repositories Collaborators Disk space
Unlimited $80/month Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
50 users $40/month Unlimited 50 Unlimited
25 users $20/month Unlimited 25 Unlimited
10 users $10/month Unlimited 10 Unlimited
5 users Free Unlimited 5 Unlimited
Codebase HQ
Plan Price Private repositories Collaborators Disk space
Enormous £95/month Unlimited
(140 active projects – unlimited archived)
Unlimited 25Gb
Large £40/month
~$60/month
Unlimited
(60 active projects – unlimited archived)
Unlimited 10Gb
Medium £21/month
~$30/month
Unlimited
(30 active projects – unlimited archived)
Unlimited 4Gb
Small £13/month
~$20/month
Unlimited
(15 active projects – unlimited archived)
Unlimited 2Gb
Tiny £5/month
~$7/month
Unlimited
(3 active projects – unlimited archived)
2 50Mbb
Free £0 Unlimited
(1 active project – unlimited archived)
10 0.5Gb

All packages, apart from “Free”, include wikis and time tracking. All packages apart from “Free” and “Tiny” include “own branding” and “data export”

Indefero
Plan Price Private repositories Collaborators Disk space
Going solo £19/year 25 Unlimited 150MB
Business £49/year Unlimited Unlimited 1Gb
Enterprise £199/year Unlimited Unlimited 5Gb

All packages include issue tracking, file sharing, documenation wiki, code reviews, daily dumps, umlimited public projects.

Any others that I’ve missed?

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