Full Feature List
All our users may use all the features available in Teamscale. No limits.
| Realtime Analysis Engine |
Realtime Analysis Engine
Provides results on changed code within seconds.
| Branch Support |
Teamscale knows the commits of all branches in your repository. It can be fully customized which branches Teamscale should analyze.
| Structuring Analysis |
Limit the allowed length of files and methods using configurable thresholds.
| Clone Detection |
Finds redundant pieces of code that were created via copy&paste. Clone detection is robust against simple modifications, such as rename of variables.
| Architecture Conformance Analysis |
Architecture Conformance Analysis
Architecture conformance analysis performs a comparison between your intended specified architecture and the architecture found in the dependencies of your source code.
| Naming Conventions |
Checks against configurable rules for names of types, methods, and variables.
| Comment Analysis |
Allows to check, whether all of your API methods are commented. Can detect trivial and redundant comments.
| Test Gap Analysis |
Test Gap Analysis
Test Gap Analysis reveals untested changes. These are especially error-prone parts in your source code.
| Test Impact Analysis |
Test Impact Analysis
Test Impact Analysis selects and prioritizes all relevant regression test cases for individual changesets.
| Pareto Testing |
Pareto Testing finds new bugs as quickly as possible by selecting an optimized subset of test cases from your regression test suite.
| Requirements Tracing |
Ensure that all (safety-critical) requirements to your system are covered and verified sufficiently with Requirements Tracing.
| Custom Analysis Profiles |
Custom Analysis Profiles
Configure the rules you want to check against, as well as their severity.
| Custom Metrics and Findings |
Custom Metrics and Findings
Upload and manage metrics and findings from any external source.
Included (via REST API)
| Definition of Custom Checks |
Definition of Custom Checks
Define your own checks using our powerful Java API.
Included (using Java API)
IEC 61131-3 ST
|Version Control Systems|
Azure / TFS Work Items
|Requirements Management Tools|
Integrated User Management
| Test Coverage Tools |
Test Coverage Tools
Once uploaded to Teamscale, our tool is able to integrate the results of many external coverage tools.
| External Analysis Tools |
External Analysis Tools
Teamscale can seamlessly integrate findings produced by third-party tools. Some of these tools will run internally with Teamscale, while the output of other analyzers can be uploaded to Teamscale.
SAP Code Inspector
| IDEs |
See findings directly in your IDE of choice.
| Findings Churn per Commit |
Findings Churn per Commit
See for each single commit the quality violations that have been added or removed.
| Findings Tracking |
Findings tracking follows violations of your quality guidelines across every code change, including file renames of moving of code fragments.
| Finding Exclusions |
Finding exclusions allows you to hide quality violations that you do not consider relevant. Thanks to tracking, findings remain blacklisted also in case to changes to the surrounding code or when upgrading Teamscale.
| Findings Baselining |
Filter quality violations to only display those created after a specific date, such as the start of the current iteration.
| Quality Tasks |
Group quality violations and assign them to users. Allow to easily check resolution of these tasks.
Results & Presentation
| Configurable Dashboards |
Dashboards can be created, edited, and shared by each user to provide customized views on the quality data.
| Quality Reports |
You can create reports in a presentation-like manner, and present them directly out of Teamscale.
| Time Travel |
Inspect the quality of your system for any historic state.
| Code Search |
Search in your source code and commit messages.
| Quality Delta |
Compare snapshots of your system's quality for any two points in time, allowing deeper insight into the changes of your system.
|Analysis Configuration Support|
Prices refer to one Teamscale license and include all product updates.
|Up to 5 Users|
|Up to 10 Users|
|Up to 15 Users|
|Up to 20 Users|
|Up to 30 Users|
|Up to 40 Users|
|Up to 50 Users|
|Up to 75 Users|
|Up to 100 Users|
|More than 100 Users|
Please contact email@example.com for a quote
Here are common questions and their answers about Teamscale's pricing model.
- You charge for users. What is a user?
A user is both an active named user logging into the Teamscale UI or using the REST API, and a developer whose code is analyzed by Teamscale (called committer). As active users and committers will typically overlap a lot, we count both separately and use the maximum of both numbers as the user count. Additionally, we only count users or committers that have been active during the last 90 days. So if you had users who tried Teamscale but did not stick with the tool, they will not affect your license cost.
- What happens if I exceed the user limit?
To enable flexible growth of your teams when using Teamscale, we apply a soft user limit. If you exceed the licensed user limit, a warning will be shown to administrators of your Teamscale instance. All those users may still work with Teamscale, but you should keep in mind that we will apply the higher user count when calculating the price for the next licensing period. If you exceed twice the user limit, we will display a prominent warning to all users of your instance. In this case, Teamscale will continue to work, but we expect you to get in touch with our sales team to get a license upgrade.
- Does Teamscale run in the cloud or do I have to provide my own hardware?
The license comes with a SaaS version of Teamscale that we run in our cloud. If SaaS is not an option for you, you can also install Teamscale on-premise for full integration into your corporate network. If you use both SaaS and on-premise installations, the user limit applies to the union of all the instances.
- Can I install Teamscale on my own servers?
Absolutely. If SaaS is not an option for you, you can also install Teamscale on-premise for full integration into your corporate network. The license allows you to install Teamscale on as many servers as you want, as long as the overall user limit is respected. If you need help with the installation and operation on your own hardware, contact us for more information about our professional operations services.
- Is there a discount for Open Source projects and academic users?
Yes. Open Source projects and academic users, including students and research groups, can get a free license for Teamscale. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.