ALM Octane editions
Your ALM Octane edition defines which activities you can perform in ALM Octane.
ALM Octane editions provide you with the following capabilities:
Allows you to scale ALM Octane to large groups with the benefits of cross-workspace and cross-program capabilities. These include:
For an overview of workspaces and their programs, isolated spaces, and shared spaces, see Manage spaces (for space admins).
|Pro||Provides you the same set of features as Enterprise Edition within isolated workspaces. Shared space and program capabilities are not provided.|
Lightweight ALM Octane version to enable DevOps teams to plan, track, build and release applications using Agile and DevOps practices.
For details see Team Edition.
The following table describes the different editions in detail:
|Pipelines with build analytics||
|Security integration - Fortify Suite|
|Manual and Gherkin tests|
|Backlog (epics and backlog management, cross-release planning)|
|Automated test execution (with UFT One integration) and test suites|
|Quality module and Defects module|
|Synchronization using Micro Focus Connect|
|Shared workspaces customization|
|Shared application modules|
|Shared releases and calendars|
|Entity migration between workspaces|
|Data access control|
|Workspace SAFe program|
|Entity label customization|
When you first start using ALM Octane, you automatically receive a Trial license which gives you a 90-day trial for 100 users.
A trial can be Team Edition or Enterprise Edition. By default, your trial is Enterprise Edition, which allows one shared space. If you want to start a trial with Team Edition, specify the Team trial type during the installation process. For details, see: the ALM Octane Installation Guide.
When starting a trial, keep the following in mind:
If you create a shared space in an Enterprise Edition trial and then install a license for Pro Edition, the sharing capabilities are no longer supported.
If you start an Enterprise Edition trial, you may not install a license for Team Edition later. This flow is not supported.
Within an on-premises Enterprise or Pro Edition environment, you can install Developer licenses for your developer team members. Administrators can then assign Developer licenses to specific users according to their usage needs.
Dev users have access to the particular areas of ALM Octane that are relevant to developers, but not to the full set of ALM Octane functionality.
For more information, see Developer license (on-premises).
SaaS: You can view license usage details in MyAccount.
For details on how to manage on-premises licenses and how to allocate licenses from ALM and Quality Center to ALM Octane, see Manage licenses (on-premises).