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Unlimited Private Git Repositories
Want to get unlimited free private Git repositories up and running fast? Helix TeamHub offers a simple, intuitive solution that gives you unlimited repositories, private Git hosting, all while enhancing developer collaboration. This includes Git code reviews.
Starting an account is easy. Simply fill out the form. A couple more clicks and you’ll have your first project up and running.
Add many Git repositories to a single project or create a separate project for each Git repository. Then add your team and start collaborating.
Hosted Git Is Highly Reliable with Daily Backups
You'll get daily backups of the Helix TeamHub application data. Most important of all, Helix TeamHub’s uptime is +99.99%.
Why Rely on Helix TeamHub for Hosting Private Git Repositories?
Multi-Repo Support & Seamless Collaboration
Webhooks and Open APIs
You probably use a lot of tools already. Helix TeamHub makes it easy to integrate with all of them.
Helix TeamHub offers more than 75 out-of-the-box integrations with the most popular collaboration, project management, and CI/CD tools, and offers a RESTful API to connect with others.
It’s easy to grant colleagues and contributors access to your Helix TeamHub instance. Use commenting for discussion, and comment even on a single line of code if needed.
Other Features in Addition to Free Git Repository Hosting
Helix TeamHub is more than just a Git hosting platform. To streamline your software development workflow, Helix TeamHub includes issue tracking with a Kanban board view, a Wiki for project-specific documentation and file sharing, and delegated user management.
Host your code together with your build artifacts. Helix TeamHub supports both Maven and Ivy repositories, so you can manage and maintain all of your software assets under one platform.
Take control of your images. Create a Docker registry inside a project to store and manage your private Docker container images. When it comes time to build, seamlessly connect the Docker registries to your DevOps pipeline using tools such as Jenkins.