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4 Competitors to Beanstalk

Best Beanstalk competitors

Write, review, and deploy code in a secure and reliable way.

Top Beanstalk competitors include Gitlab, Bitbucket and Mercurial. Also find more competitors to Beanstalk from the below list.

When to use Beanstalk

As Beanstalk is a browser and cloud-based system, it can be used by software development teams for better collaboration.


Beanstalk Competitor 1 - Gitlab
GitLab is the first single application built from the ground up for all stages of the DevOps lifecycle for Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams to work concurrently on the same project.

When to use Gitlab

Is a great fit if you love everything open source. Community edition comes with no additional costs.

Beanstalk Competitor 2 - Bitbucket
Bitbucket is more than just Git code management. Bitbucket gives teams one place to plan projects, collaborate on code, test and deploy.

When to use Bitbucket

Is great if you are looking to have private repos without any additional costs.

Beanstalk Competitor 3 - Mercurial
Mercurial is a free and distributed version control management system known for efficiently handling projects of any size.

When to use Mercurial

Irrespective of the project size, Mercurial's decentralized development model can be used by users who are less experienced than pro-developers. This is because unlike other CVS, Mercurial doesn't allow its users to change history.

Beanstalk Competitor 4 - Github
GitHub is a development platform inspired by the way you work. From open source to business, you can host and review code, manage projects, and build software alongside 28 million developers.

When to use Github

If you can afford the monthly plan for private repos, Github should be your default choice (given the huge community & large number of open-source projects).

GitLab is the first single application built from the ground up for all stages of the DevOps lifecycle for Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams to work concurrently on the same project.

When to use Gitlab

Is a great fit if you love everything open source. Community edition comes with no additional costs.

Bitbucket is more than just Git code management. Bitbucket gives teams one place to plan projects, collaborate on code, test and deploy.

When to use Bitbucket

Is great if you are looking to have private repos without any additional costs.

Mercurial is a free and distributed version control management system known for efficiently handling projects of any size.

When to use Mercurial

Irrespective of the project size, Mercurial's decentralized development model can be used by users who are less experienced than pro-developers. This is because unlike other CVS, Mercurial doesn't allow its users to change history.

GitHub is a development platform inspired by the way you work. From open source to business, you can host and review code, manage projects, and build software alongside 28 million developers.

When to use Github

If you can afford the monthly plan for private repos, Github should be your default choice (given the huge community & large number of open-source projects).