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A cross-platform continuous integration server that automates the process of building, testing and deploying software in one single workflow. It is developed by Atlassian and integrates closely with other elements of the Atlassian suite.


A web-based project management tool, provides a set up to-dos, allows to create and upload documents and files, use team chat and check in regularly with the group. It also shows the schedule with deadlines, that helps to keep up with them.


Stands for Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools. A free and open source software project that supplies reporting and data visualization that can be embedded in a rich client platform and web applications, predominantly those based on Java and Java EE.


A web-based system for hosting version control repositories owned by Atlassian. Supports both Git and Mercurial revision control systems; written in Python

Bug (Issue) Tracking tools

Jira, Mantis, Confluence, Redmine, YouTrack, Trello, BaseCamp.

Bug/Issue Tracking system

Software used to file reported issues, monitor, update and resolve them. It provides a set of tools to enable the process from creating a task to solving the issue. Such software enables different specialists to collaborate on a task to find a solution.


Matrix Laboratory is a high-level language and an interactive environment for programming, numerical calculations and visualization of results. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, create models and applications.


A web-based, free and open-source testing tool and bug tracking system that allows individual developers and groups to keep track of pressing issues with their product. It is written in Perl and uses a MySQL database. It also allows to communicate within the team and manage quality assurance.

CA Plex

A model-based, architected rapid application development platform that provides tools for creating and maintaining different types of apps: web-based, for wireless devices, services, client/server, etc. It is available for multiple platforms.


A light-weight, open source platform for Business Process Management, the leader for workflow automation, used for general software development and provides IT-alignment based on Business Process Model and Notation for structured workflows.


An open source asynchronous task queue system based on distributing work across threads or mechanisms. Most parts of Celery can be used on their own, and it can process millions of tasks per minute. It also supports scheduling, along with real-time processing.


A free storage platform. Ceph offers high performance and large data storage via POSIX-compliant network file system (CephFS). It also offers object- and block-level storage.  Additionally, Ceph employs four types of daemons: Object storage devices, cluster monitors, metadata services and RESTful gateways.


Checkstyle is a development tool to help programmers write Java code that adheres to a coding standard. It automates the process of checking Java code to spare humans of this boring (but important) task. This makes it ideal for projects that want to enforce a coding standard.

CI tools

Jenkins, TeamCity, Travis CI, Bamboo, Codeship, CircleCI, Hudson.


A continuous integration and delivery platform that automates the software development process. CircleCI supports any language that runs on Linux


Stands for Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System. A system for enhancing network security, that comes in physical and virtual forms. It allows you to see network's contextual data to spot vulnerabilities, integrate with existing network and keep security updated with new signatures and rules.


A software configuration management tool for all types of files and directories. It records all actions, allows to retrieve code modules or other artifacts that make up a deliverable software product. All data can be accessed at virtually any time.


A change management tool that allows to track and manage every type of activity software development associated with change (e.g., document modifications). It provide process automation, traceability of the project lifecycle, as well as querying, reporting and charting support .


A free IDE that sustains multiple compilers, but oriented towards C, C++ and Fortran. It offers all features a developer might need. The software is built in a plugin framework, so any developer can customize it to their needs. Some functions, like compiling and debugging, are already.


CI tool that supports GitHubGitlab and Bitbucket projects. It is present in Basic and Pro versions, which differ in price and have own variations. The major functions are deployment and control of the design of CI and CD systems.


A special computer program that transfigures source code written in a programming language into another computer language.

Continuous Delivery

An approach of producing software in short cycles, ensuring that the code rapidly and safely deployed, software released reliably at any time. It helps reduce the cost, time, and risk of delivering changes. The main requirement for deployment process is straightforwardness and repetition.

Continuous Deployment (CD)

A practice of updating а server with automated schedule, where every change goes through the entire pipeline. These updates include code revision, auto/unit test running. It requires automated deployment and Application Release pipeline.

Continuous Integration (CI)

A practice that requires developers to integrate their code into a repository more than once a day, and makes it easier to intercept bugs on early stages.


A CMS from Adobe Systems, an environment for creating new websites and managing existing content and the website’s digital assets. The platform also allows the company to keep in touch with the customers, using different devices, via browsers and apps.

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