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TuleapCon 2017-STMicroelectronics-Case-Study

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STMicroelectronics IT service Manager explains how requirement management and software development are managed at ST Worldwide : 10.000 active users, 5.000 R&D and embedded software projects.

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TuleapCon 2017-STMicroelectronics-Case-Study

  1. 1. My Tuleap Story #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source Denis PILAT IT Service Manager STMicroelectronics @twitterdenis.pilat@st.com
  2. 2. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story STMicroelectronics/ ICT department Internal challenges – for ICT
 • ICT/SSE mission: provide efficient solutions to support software development activity in ST WW. • Challenges: • Doing more and more with less and less resources. 
 In other words, increasing the efficiency of the Tuleap support team, and reducing overhead related to Tuleap upgrade • Better communicate Tuleap capabilities (most of our Tuleap users only know 30% of features)
  3. 3. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story Why did ST choose Tuleap • Legacy reasons. Old version already deployed in ST 13 years ago, so long before Tuleap • A centralized tool (versus several tools) with a centralized management reducing resources. • Supported by the provider thru a contract defining Service Level Agreements. • No cost scaling when usage increases. • And finally, migration to another system would be too expensive so benefits must worth.
  4. 4. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story How do ST you use Tuleap • Around 5000 active projects. Mostly R&D and embedded software. From 2 to 800 team members in a project. • 10000 “active” users in different Tuleap, with any kind of profile, from SW developers to purchasing organization. • Most of Tuleap features used. By decreasing order of importance : Subversion , Git, Trackers, Gerrit, wiki,, mailman, docman, SOAP, REST, FRS and CI connectors …
  5. 5. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story What specific configurations ST made to meet your challenges? • 4 Tuleap instances in production (plus 4 dev. and 4 qualification environments). One on the internet for collaboration with external partners, customers and suppliers. 3 on the intranet for misc reasons. • All Tuleap features are used at ST, but Agile is not used so much. For some services we have no mean to analyze how it’s used. • Gerrit is deployed and widely used, most of Jenkins server are under the responsibility of business groups (not ICT) • We put in place Git mirroring on 2 site where LAN performances were poor, but they are not used anymore.
  6. 6. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story The gains
 • Regular phase-out of multiple Git and Subversion servers around the planet, decreasing management and maintenance overhead for the company. • Phase-out of some other Forge or tracking systems with similar gains. • Centralized data & application means more security, and more control.
  7. 7. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story The future of Tuleap in ST • Light integration with Bugzilla (in Q3 2017) • Deployment of agile methodologies • Ramp-up of the Test Program Management platform including Jenkins • Wish list: ✓ New instance of Gerrit for one Forge ✓ Deployment of Git pull request ✓ Usage of integrated test and validation tool ✓ More automation with ICT supported Jenkins (via Cloudbees offer or directly Jenkins)
  8. 8. #TuleapCon2017 @TuleapOpenALM 100 % Agile & Open Source My Tuleap Story Thanks for your involvement and for your contribution to Tuleap life

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