12.1 / October 15, 2020
|Type||Application lifecycle management|
|License||GPL-2.0-or-later, with some non-GPL dependencies|
Tuleap is an application lifecycle management system, which facilitates agile software development, design projects, V-model, Requirement Management, and IT Services Management. It is open source and released under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
Tuleap is an enterprise alternative to proprietary tools like CollabNet, Jira (and the Atlassian Suite) and Confluence, Crucible. On premise or in the cloud, Tuleap offers a flexible and sustainable solution.
The software is developed and maintained by Enalean, a French tech company founded in 2011 and headquartered in France.
Tuleap is a software platform for project management that enables managers and developers to utilize diverse development methodologies including Agile, traditional, or hybrid or custom processes. It helps organizations meet industry standards like Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) and ITIL. Tuleap facilitates the planning of software releases, the prioritization of business requirements, the assignment of tasks to project members, the monitoring of project progress, and the creation of reports. It features site-wide trackers and real-time reports on risks, requirements, tasks, bugs, change requests, support requests, user stories. It supports Kanban, Scrum, and hybrid methodologies in project management. Tuleap has a built-in risk management system.
Tuleap is used by Fortune 500 companies, small and medium enterprises, and open source projects. Its users include developers at major companies like STMicroelectronics, Ericsson, Orange.
Tuleap integrates forge system functionalities that enables teams to manage software sources, using Subversion, Git or CVS. Teams are able to share technical or project documentations, track bugs, and consolidate communications with customers, developers or third parties.
Tuleap's kanban tool enables teams to create task boards on the fly. Agile scrum workspaces can also be created.
In 2018, Opensource.com named Tuleap one of the top 7 open source tools for Agile Teams. It also named it one of the top 5 open source project management tools in 2015
InfoWorld magazine awarded it the "Best Open Source Application Development Tools" (the Bossie Awards) in 2013.