Our latest Testing Tool Showdown pits two popular bug tracking tools against each other: Bugzilla vs. JIRA.
Bugzilla is a free bug tracking option, and has garnered a 4-out-of-5 rating amongst the uTest Community in our Tool Reviews section of the site. Our testers have cited its ease of use in centralizing bugs, the fact that it’s 100% free, and its “good, stable support” as benchmarks of the high rating.
JIRA, on the other side of the ring, is a paid option, running at $10 per month for its basic issue tracking capabilities. While an incident management tool, it is commonly used for bug tracking as well in developer and tester teams. Our testers especially love its ecosystem of plugins and intuitiveness, despite the steep initial administration curve.
But if we were really concerned about each tools’ individual performance, this wouldn’t be a showdown, would it? If you were to pit these two against each other, which one would emerge victorious? Which Bug Tracking Tool rises above the other?
Be sure to let us know in the comments below!