Google Cloud Platform integrated Git source code repositories. Use it for your enterprise environment or your home projects. Easily accessible from your web browser and fully 2-factor authentication enabled like Google's entire suite of applications. Free and Paid tiers.
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Pro Free tier
Cloud Source Repositories is free for up to 5 project-users per billing account. The free tier comes with up to 50GB free storage total and 50GB free egress per month.
Pro Excellent security
Everything is stored encrypted in Google's datacenters. You can give fine grained control to other Google accounts and collaborate.
Pro Integrated with other Google Cloud Platform services
Trigger deployments or create custom integrations using Google Cloud Pub/Sub, deploy directly to App Engine or Cloud Functions, and use Cloud Build for CI. Check out code securely (Service Accounts) from your Cloud Compute instances or Container Engine images. View logs in Stackdriver.
Con Markdown styling is not as good as GitHub or GitLab
Your README files will not render as nicely as GitHub and GitLab, which may irritate you if you're migrating your repos with nicely-formatted docs.
Con No inline editing
Unlike some other popular repositories, there is no way to edit inline directly from the source browser. Although, you can easily open up a Theia-based IDE in the browser to edit and run your code by clicking the "Open in Cloud Shell" button. You will still have to commit your changes from the Cloud Shell command line, though.
Con Must set-up billing account
For all Google Cloud Platform projects you must enable Billing. This isn't uncommon for cloud hosting providers but it still could be considered a CON.