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What is TeamForge? (formerly CollabNet) aims to help enterprises and government organizations deliver high-quality software at speed with TeamForge, its application lifecycle management suite.According to the vendor, offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services, supports more than 10,000 customers…

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October 08, 2019
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What is TeamForge? (formerly CollabNet) aims to help enterprises and government organizations deliver high-quality software at speed with TeamForge, its application lifecycle management suite. According to the vendor, offers innovative solutions, provides consulting…

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What is TeamForge? (formerly CollabNet) aims to help enterprises and government organizations deliver high-quality software at speed with TeamForge, its application lifecycle management suite.

According to the vendor, offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services, supports more than 10,000 customers with 6 million users in 100 countries, and has been recognized for 13 consecutive years as SD Times 100 “Best in Show” winner in the ALM and Development Tools category. was formed from the merger of CollabNet, XebiaLabs, and Arxan in April 2020. TeamForge Features

  • Supported: Advanced enterprise-grade source code management capabilities for Git and/or Subversion®
  • Supported: Collaboration architecture to facilitate collaboration and code discovery and reuse between development teams
  • Supported: Customizable process templates to enable standardization and reuse of effective and compliant workflows across the enterprise
  • Supported: Full Agile planning and tracking functionality
  • Supported: Kanban boards
  • Supported: Customizable portfolio- and project level reports and dashboards TeamForge Screenshots

Screenshot of TeamForge OverviewScreenshot of TeamForge Reporting DashboardScreenshot of Chef Deployment TraceabilityScreenshot of Defects Trend Report TeamForge Videos

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Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesWorldwide
Supported LanguagesEnglish, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean TeamForge Customer Size Distribution

Small Businesses (1-50 employees)0%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)5%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)95%
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Users have found the combination of a tracker and source code in this product to be highly effective. As a result, it is widely used for Agile APM, project management, and ticketing. Compared to its competitors, it offers better performance and provides real-time visibility into application health, which customers greatly appreciate. They also value the seamless deployment of applications. This product supports popular tools like Version One, making it a best practice choice. Users find that the tracker and artifacts feature allows them to easily track ongoing tasks in a project. The integration with Jenkins enables efficient analysis and resolution of deployment failures. Additionally, teams have become more collaborative and gained valuable knowledge about SCRUM Agile by using this product. Its ability to integrate with various components such as Jenkins, bug tracking, and code review is highly valued. The product ensures legal compliance, improves collaboration across departments, and resolves collaboration issues. It also enables team members from multiple lines of business to collaborate on projects that were not possible with the old system. Furthermore, it serves as a reliable tool for agile project management. Users have experienced faster builds and improved automated tests through automated continuous integration using Jenkins. They appreciate its centralized source for holding tickets and outstanding items for a project, as well as its ability to roadmap future releases. The user-friendly interface has led to increased document releases and better document management. Moreover, the product is utilized to track IT requests for new features and enhancements, streamline ticket responsibilities, and monitor codebases and changes. Business managers and analysts rely on it to track project status, resource utilization, and completion dates. Lastly, users appreciate the flexibility of creating third-party applications using custom tools, objects, or modules within this product's framework.

Comprehensive Solution: Some users have found TeamForge to be a comprehensive solution that covers a wide range of functionalities, making it suitable for well-organized companies with rigorous processes. It excels in organizing documents, tickets, releases, SVN/GIT, build processes, and project management.

Great User Interface: The great user interface of TeamForge has been appreciated by many users. They find it easy to navigate and manage. Customizing the home page and the user management functionalities are particularly mentioned as being easy to use.

Useful Document Repository Categories and Defect Tracking: Users have found the document repository categories and defect tracking features in TeamForge to be useful. These features contribute to efficient organization and tracking of documents and defects within projects.

Steep Learning Curve: Many users have found the learning curve for TeamForge to be steep, especially for those who are new to ALM software. They have mentioned that it takes time and effort to understand the various features and functionalities of the software.

Complicated UI Configurations: Novice users have expressed that the UI configurations in TeamForge can be complicated. They feel overwhelmed by the numerous tabs and pages that they find largely unused, making it challenging to navigate through the interface smoothly.

Lack of Development in Documents and Tasks: Users have suggested that there is a need for more development in the areas of documents and tasks within TeamForge. They feel that these features could be enhanced to provide better organization and management capabilities.

Users have made several recommendations for TeamForge based on their experiences and needs. The three most common recommendations include:

  1. Utilize the Integrated Application Framework (IAF): Users highly recommend trying TeamForge for its Integrated Application Framework (IAF). This feature allows for seamless integration of different tools and applications, making it easier to manage projects and collaborate effectively.

  2. Invest in training and support: Many users advise taking the time for proper training and having a TeamForge administrator available for assistance. This recommendation highlights the importance of familiarizing oneself with the tool's capabilities and having dedicated support to maximize its potential.

  3. Ensure sufficient collaboration tools bandwidth: Users suggest ensuring sufficient bandwidth for collaboration tools in order to fully utilize the capabilities of TeamForge. This includes features like monitoring project status, assigning tasks, and sharing reports with customers. Having a stable and efficient collaboration environment is essential for smooth project management.

Overall, users recommend considering TeamForge for its secure and transformative nature, artificial intelligence capabilities, continuous deployment features, tracking application health, and improved project management abilities. Furthermore, they emphasize the need for training, support, and adequate collaboration tools bandwidth to make the most of the tool's functionalities.

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Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
Currently, my company implemented TeamForge across all of it's IT, for use in monitoring codebases, as well as integration/tracking changes. We use this implementation for restricting access as native GIT does not supply such limitations. And in small ways, we use this for tracking with Agile projects, tying into Version One.
  • Code security.
  • Code migration.
  • Agile tie-in.
  • Backing out of changes could be better with their interface.
  • Determining what user groups are assigned to what repositories can be challenging with my companies current implementation of TeamForge.
  • Sometimes we have to get work around for TeamForge to interface with other Agile tracking options. TeamForge has its own tracking method and is not designed to hook up to third parties. They'd rather you use their product.
As long as you are looking for a tool that segregates who can do what with a given repository and branch in GIT, and do not mind strictly using TeamForge's Agile tracking software that comes native to the application, this is the tool for you. The tool is fairly user-friendly, and they have an excellent support staff. You're really buying that support, more than anything else. If however, your company insists on using separated agile tracking software such as Version One, I would not recommend TeamForge. They prefer an all or nothing kind of deal.
  • Unfortunately, I do not have access to ROI information.
They always answer the phone when we put a call in, any time. They have consistently sent out contractors when needed and were there every step of the way when we switched over from ClearCase to TeamForge years ago. The support is what you really pay for when you buy into TeamForge.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
CollabNet TeamForge is used by our technology department mainly to track new projects and status of current projects, to document enhancements and bug fixes for future projects and to monitor a team or a developer's progress. CollabNet TeamForge is a reliable source for business managers and analysts to find out the status of a project including which projects are in flight, what resources are used and when a project will be completed.
  • CollabNet TeamForge has a simple user interface making entering artifacts fast and painless. This allows the developer to quickly start working on a project and spend less time on administrative tasks.
  • CollabNet TeamForge has quick and easy to use search and reporting capabilities. This saves user time when looking for projects and finding out the status of a project.
  • CollabNet TeamForge has intuitive menu design and layout with efficient hyperlink based navigation. This provides users the ability to multitask effectively working on multiple projects with minimal interruption.
  • CollabNet TeamForge Subversion is a powerful change management tool that's very easy to learn and use. It offers developers both command line and user interface functions and features.
  • I would like to see personalization for managing artifacts, that is, allowing the user to customize pages and save personalized settings and then save them as bookmarks.
  • I would like an improved subversion browser such as a graphical user interface rather than a basic file explorer.
  • I would like built in features for CollabNet TeamForge integrated with subversion so that i can associate my private code branches and code changes.
CollabNet TeamForge is more well-suited for technically knowledgeable users such as developers, systems analysts, QA but not for non-technical users due to the technical data used throughout the tool. CollabNet TeamForge is appropriate for most applications development. In any industry especially suited for high demand software delivery environments.
  • CollabNet TeamForge has had a positive impact on the efficiency and productivity of managing and completing projects from specifications to software enhancements and from production issues/defects to bug fixes.
  • As a developer, CollabNet TeamForge allows me to focus more on delivering projects accurately and timely while maintaining communications with the business.
  • CollabNet TeamForge Is an efficiency life-cycle management product that helps my team meet business objectives by quickly delivering quality software, documenting projects in a smart and organized way and updating project status to senior management.
  • CollabNet TeamForge Subversion meets developers needs for change management and improves overall software development process in all phases of software lifecycle.
CollabNet TeamForge is superior to Mercury mainly because it has a subversion change management tool integrated with the product. CollabNet TeamForge offers more complexity but with more flexibility for managing and tracking projects. I think CollabNet TeamForge is more comprehensive than either Mercury and JIRA. They're all user friendly tools with short learning curves but CollabNet TeamForge is most efficient in my experience. JIRA was recently adopted for particular applications and is currently being evaluated by various technology teams.
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