Published July 2016
If you decide that your organization’s needs are best met by your own Bitbucket server, there are several paths that can get you there. You can use a Docker container, you can use a native installer, or you can install the server manually. These options all have their strengths and weaknesses, and this screencast covers all of the bases. Once you’ve finished this screencast, you should be able to choose the appropriate option for your needs and get started with your own installation!
A writer and agile coach, and the founder of Agile That Works, a consultancy that helps people in engineering organizations collaborate to make constant improvement a daily practice. David has worked as an engineer, a writer, a designer, a marketing director, and a communications analyst in companies from Fortune 100 giants to tiny high-tech startups in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. He also hosts the podcast Hack the Process at www.hacktheprocess.com.