StarTeam brings world-class agile change management to organizations with multiple repositories. Streamline workflows by connecting tools, processes and teams via a single repository.
StarTeam maintains and tracks changes to source code, defects and features, to gain control over distributed and collaborative development. Maintain visibility and traceability across your software assets.
Perform key tasks via the web to include file check-in and check-out with process items and link enforcement, using delta/merge capabilities. Configure access to all components including sprints, stories, and custom components.
Complete versioning, branching and change tracking for all source code, bugs, enhancements, tasks and more, ensuring that interdependencies are tracked.
Agile team management extension for StarTeam connects your agile development process with source code, defects, and all StarTeam features you depend on.
A flexible and integrated workflow engine which helps you design the process and rules for the way you want to release software.
Use integration templates for Defect Trackers or Source Control solutions like Rally, IBM, SVN and Git hub, or create your own integration.
Make sense of the state of changes for every build and release at a glance. Support automated builds and generate release reports.
More than just source control. Unified change management covers a broad range of activity types to help developers stay focused on what they do best.
Software configuration management made easy. Identify the code changes which fixed a bug or executed a task.
High performance push/pull technology saves replication cost and maintenance by pushing changes to developers from a central StarTeam repository.
Tools for comparing, reviewing and merging changes to manage and control the updates for each release.
The Cross Platform Client (CPC) and StarTeam Server now support English, Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Portuguese.
Understand every build and release at a glance. Support automated builds and generate release reports.