How Can Bitbucket's Flexible Upload Limits Let You Scale Up on Your Terms


Part of Screencast Series: Bitbucket: How To


Published July 2016

See how Bitbucket's flexible uploads won't really limit you

Bitbucket offers flexible upload limits to allow you to scale your repositories to fit your needs. The soft cap on repository size will let you know that you’re getting close, and will allow you to make efforts to decrease your repository size before hitting the hard cap - or to consider Bitbucket Data Center, an enterprise level offering. This screencast will explain those limits and allow you to make decisions about what best suits your organization’s needs!

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