Compatible version control systems - 7.0

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The following table provides information on the recommended and supported version control systems you can use to store your Talend projects.

In the following documentation:

  • recommended: designates an environment recommended by Talend based on our experiences and customer usage;
  • supported: designates a supported environment for use with the listed component or service;
  • supported with limitations: designates an environment that is supported by Talend but with certain conditions explained in notes.

Apache Subversion version control servers

Support type Version control servers
Recommended VisualSVN Server 3.9 (compatible with Apache Subversion 1.10)
Supported VisualSVN Server 3.8 (compatible with Apache Subversion 1.9)
Bitnami Subversion Stack (compatible with Apache Subversion 1.8)
Apache svnserve/Apache httpd-2.0 with mod_dav_svn (compatible with Apache Subversion 1.8)
SVNEdge 5.2

The Integrated Windows Authentication (NTLM) method is not supported when using VisualSVN Server.

Git version control servers

Support type Version control servers
Recommended GitHub SaaS
GitHub Enterprise 2.14
Supported BitBucket SaaS
Bitbucket Server 5.x

Compatibility checked with Bitbucket version 5.6. Talend assumes that all minor versions of 5.x are backwards compatible. To see the changes between versions, see the Bitbucket upgrade matrix.

Azure VSTS + TFS (on-premises) SaaS
AWS CodeCommit (SaaS)

Talend only supports authentication with Git credentials and Personal Access Tokens.

GitLab: Latest version (with backward compatibility to GitLab 11)
Gitblit 1.8
Note: Talend recommends that you use Talend Studio to make changes to your repository workspace, and that you use your version control system for Talend projects from Talend Studio.