codeBeamer is a web based Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management and Requirements management tool for distributed software development, written in Java. It is developed and marketed by Intland Software. Its license is proprietary, but free versions and free hosting options are available. (It appears that you can install it for free, but not use it.) It won Jolt Productivity Award in 2005 and 2008; the 2008 DDJ reviewer, Gary Pollice, noted that CodeBeamer "stands out among the competition because of its ability to play nicely with other products", based on the availability of plug-ins for IDEs like Eclipse and NetBeans, and integration with Microsoft Word, and that praised the browser-based user interface for its ease of use.
Notable codeBeamer users include Asus, Continental AG, Bayer, Sun Microsystems and Los Alamos National Laboratory. It is also used by non profit organizations, including SIPAM (Amazonian Protection System).
CodeBeamer features the following major functional components:
- Requirements management
- Document Manager
- Issue Tracker
- Version Control: codeBeamer integrates with Subversion, Git, Mercurial, CVS and some other version control software. codeBeamer implements the integrator workflow (also known as pull requests) for Git and Mercurial.
CodeBeamer has extensive support for the Mylyn task framework through the codeBeamer Eclipse Studio project. CodeBeamer supports practicing the Scrum and Kanban methodologies by providing backlogs, planning and tracking features.
See also 
- Comparison of free software hosting facilities
- Comparison of issue tracking systems
- Comparison of wiki software