DVCS SOLUTIONS: STASH: EASY GIT REPOSITORY MANAGEMENT
Setup and maintain repositiories, determine fine-grained permissions, and collaborate on code quickly and securely with Atlassian Stash. Stash sits behind the firewall and powers easy Git repository management.
SIMPLE GIT REPOSITORY MANAGEMENT
No more Git management overhead, now you can leverage Stash’s interface to easily add users, groups, repositories and manage Project Structure in a snap.
MADE FOR THE ENTERPRISE-GRADE TEAM
Stash can effectively serve your growing Git repositories all within the safety zone behind your firewall.Use the internal directory to easily manage users and groups, use Jira as a crowd server, or connect to your own LDAP such as Microsoft Active Directory.
Pull requests can be seamlessly integrated into code review within your development workflow. Stash makes it quick and easy to conductcode reviews and add comments before you merge any code into your existing code base.
Make sure your stable branches remain that way with per-branch “write” permissions for individuals and groups. This is the new standard in Enterprise security – get your power from Git, and your control from Stash.
The truth is, even when you use Git, the linkages between your source code and issues can easily be lost – and that goes for any version control system.
When you connect Atlassian Stash to Jira for traceability, teams can easily reference the source code associated with those issues and view issues linked to commits. It’s a powerful combination to streamline and improve traceability.
FAST SOURCE BROWSING
Now you can easily keep track of code activity in a project with Stash, as well as browse repositories, drill into changesets, explore files, uncover history and view diffs.
A GROWING ECOSYSTEM
The true beauty of Stash is that it lives on your network. That means your administrators have complete control over how it fits into the environment. Better still, you can leverage plenty of add-ons from the Atlassian Marketplace, or write your own using Atlassian’s plugin framework and Stash’s robust REST API.