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List of open source softwares for Production

 
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Hi,

Me and some friends are planning to create an application for school/colleges (used by maximum 2000 users).

Since we have planned to charge nill/moderate amount to implement this app we need to use open source softwares.

Here is list of applications we are planning to use
1. IDE + Server: (NetBeans + Glassfish) OR (Eclipse + JBoss)
2. DB: MySQL Community Server
3. Project Management: ???
4. Version Control: ???
5. Build: Maven/???

Technologies decided
1. Portal JSR 168
2. AJAX
3. JSF/???
4. Spring/EJB 3.0
5. Hibernate


Could you please let me know which softwares/technologies would be appropriate for Production use considering reliability, scalability, uptime etc and also from maintenance point of view.
Also i am not sure which free Project Management application is opensource and the best.

Moderator, If necessary could you please move this thread to appropriate forum.

Thanks a lot
 
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This sort of question is normally dealt with in the Intermediate forum, but since you're asking about open source tools it can happily stay here.

To quickly add my advice:

Project Management: Trac+ or Jira
Source control: SVN (as it integrates with Trac+ and Jira and most IDEs)
Build: Maven or Ant

Hope that helps a little!
 
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Though you may get viable options for all others, there has to be clear separation and may be a tug of war between Spring/EJB/Hibernate. Try doing a detailed analysis and full requirements and take a call on this.
 
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For project management I would recommend to have a look at Redmine (http://www.redmine.org/).
 
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Thanks for the help. I have planned to go with Trac and SVN.
 
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