Open Source Test Management Tools

Open Source Test Management Tools

Test management tools, similar to other management tools, let it be time, project, customer relations or any other, are aimed at assisting users with creating order in information, allowing for a better, more efficient use of this data that will ultimately will result in enhanced business results.

Before the transition into a test management solution most likely you have been using some kind of spreadsheet such as Excel or Sheets to manage all your testing information and now you have realized this is taking too much of your time and sometime tracking the information you need feels like finding a needle in a haystack.

Worry not, we are here to help. here is a list of an open source Test Management Tools and some other options you might wish to consider:

  1. Testlink-  This open source tools is simple, and likes by users for this exactly. It is mostly used for small projects. 
  2. Tarantula-   This open source tools helps users manage agile testing, usability testing and had a reporting feature. Integration with bugzilla, JIRA and Doors are available.

Worth mentioning, however is the fact that in some cases , despite being free, users complain about these Test Management Tools functionality, hence if possible, you might want to consider other low price tools: 

  1. TestPad – This test management tool is aiming at helping testers better plan their tests so they can spend more time actually testing.
  2. Testuff – is a test management tool that offers both website and a desktop clients. The system also provides load testing services without the need to write complex scripts.
  3. PractiTest solution includes a unique data management approach, which can be a good fit for complex testing environments.  This can demand some learning curve.  Prices are on a per user base.


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  1. I also have worked with Xray for JIRA, if you’re Atlassian user. Also with very reasonable prices and easy to use and with cool features. It’s available in the Atlassian Marketplace

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