Description de Redmine
Redmine est une solution de choix en termes de logiciel de gestion de projets pour des dizaines de milliers d'entreprises dans le monde. Primé et régulièrement noté cinq étoiles pour sa facilité d'utilisation et son support client, Redmine by Planio aidera votre équipe à livrer constamment des projets dans les délais et les budgets impartis. Optimisez votre productivité et tenez tout le monde informé avec Redmine by Planio.
Qui utilise Redmine ?
Les équipes techniques utilisent Redmine pour la gestion de projet, le suivi des problèmes et le bug tracking, le service d'assistance client, le partage collaboratif de fichiers et l'hébergement de référentiels.
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Outils de Gestion de projet un peu dépassé
Commentaires : Globalement négative. Ne s'intègre pas très bien avec des outils de Windows
Suivit de ticket client ou de bug Suivit de tâches et de progression Estimation de projets
Interface un peu dépassé. Manque d'intégration avec des outils autre comme jira et Outlook
Even if you use another tool, you have Redmine to thank
Commentaires : Our marketing teams felt overwhelmed by the complexity if Jira. We just couldn't make it work. Redmine, however, with a set of agile plugins, allowed us to have a true kanban board and implement really robust scrum workflows using Redmine. It was a tremendous experience and really helps us tackle our weekly tasks.
Being an open source project, Redmine has driven out the excess costs from project management and issue tracking software. Almost every other enterprise software project has to keep in mind that their customers can always choose a free and highly customizable read mine installation as an alternative, so Redmine makes the entire ecosystem more robust. What I really like the most is the low overhead for the server so that you can run a very large installation for hundreds or thousands of users on a low cost EC2 instance with extremely good performance. Checkout AWS LightSail if you want AWS specifically. If you're on a tight budget and want something implemented quickly, Redmine is the way to go. There are even hosted solutions out there like Plan.io that take away all the technical requirements for you.
Out of the box, you will need to get a better skin and probably customize a lot of the UI to make it look more visually appealing. The overall design a Redmine feels a little dated now, so you will need to download other themes or probably purchase a paid one to make it feel more modern and usable.
Alternatives envisagées :
Versatility = Redmine as Bug Tracker/Project Manager
Commentaires : Redmine is my de-facto BTS every company I go. I am very happy with its stability, versatility and easy to use for the end user.
Redmine is a powerful Bug tracker system with such a flexibility that you can use it as your CMS if you want. There is a ton of plugins to install. You can use Redmine as a CRM, ERP, Payroll, etc... as long as the community around it can imagine a use case, it will exist. There are some paid services which customize Redmine to run as a full ERP, but I have no experience with them.
The installation process can be a pain for novices: You have to prepare your VM installing Ruby, then Ruby Gems and others gems to make advances functions to work. The source control system interface is good, but hard to install and configure. You will have better luck if you download a Bitnami VM or an AWS Appliance Image. There is a Docker image as wall, but I have no experience with it.
Alternatives envisagées :
A great IT task management platform
Commentaires : I've been using Redmine for IT task management and I'm very happy with it. It's an open source solution.
Integrates with Subversion and Git, which is awesome for IT PM.
It does not have native Oauth2 authentication
Full customizable but not great
One of the things I like the most about Redmine is the customization it has. If you have an on-premise service you could just create your own theme for the company, create your own "ticket" categories and so on. It's very flexible in that way so if you manage it correctly and have a great maintenance probably it's worth for a few bucks.
It's horrible at issue management, even tho you can customize the UX it's not intuitive, it has a big community but not that big compared with their competitors and most of the plugins are hard to implement or incomplete since are obsolete. Also if you choose the on-premise solution like I said you will have to make a monthly maintenance or in large companies it does not escalate properly and you will have to improve your servers expending more money or even extracting the database to another external service.