What is Bugzilla?
Bugzilla is a "Defect Tracking System" or "Bug-Tracking System". Defect Tracking Systems allow individual or groups of developers to keep track of outstanding bugs in their product effectively. Most commercial defect-tracking software vendors charge enormous licensing fees. Despite being "free", Bugzilla has many features its expensive counterparts lack.
Bugzilla is a tool in the Issue Tracking category of a tech stack.
Who uses Bugzilla?
14 companies reportedly use Bugzilla in their tech stacks, including Wikipedia, Grooveshark, and Mozilla.
43 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Bugzilla.
Targetprocess, HackerOne, Testrail, TestFairy, and Wine are some of the popular tools that integrate with Bugzilla. Here's a list of all 13 tools that integrate with Bugzilla.
Why developers like Bugzilla?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Bugzilla
- Optimized database structure for increased performance and scalability
- Excellent security to protect confidentiality
- Advanced query tool that can remember your searches
- Integrated email capabilities
- Editable user profiles and comprehensive email preferences
- Comprehensive permissions system
- Proven under fire as Mozilla's bug tracking system
Bugzilla Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Bugzilla?
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