YouTrack as a Hosted Service Goes Beta!

Do you like JetBrains bug tracker? Do you feel that hosting a YouTrack server at your premises would be a bit overkill?

That’s not a problem anymore because today, we’re launching YouTrack Hosted Service as a beta! You can get a ready-to-go YouTrack installation hosted at our servers and preconfigured for you.

Join our beta testing group today and get:

  • 50 user accounts
  • Unlimited number of projects
  • FREE use until July 1, 2011

Get your hosted YouTrack instance right now! Just choose your desired URL, specify your e-mail address, and we’ll send you a link to your personal, immediately available YouTrack instance so you can start tracking your issues in no time.

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5 Responses to YouTrack as a Hosted Service Goes Beta!

  1. Peter says:

    Hi,

    that’s great news.

    But, committing to a bug tracker is not a trivial decision. Projects usually stay with a bug trackers for life.

    We’d love to use this, but since the pricing after July is unclear, we’ll wait.

    Regards,
    Peter

  2. Giorgi says:

    Any plans to provide hosted version of teamcity?

  3. Stephane says:

    I agree with Peter,
    Love the idea but I’ll hold off until pricing is available.

  4. @Peter, Stephane
    I got your point. We’ll be looking to announce the pricing as soon as possible.

    @Giorgi
    No such plans as of yet

  5. Mark says:

    Have you defined a pricing structure yet for the hosted solution? Again bug tracking is a long term commitment and cannot risk using your hosting solution until I have an idea of how much it will cost later.
    Also for future take up I would suggest creating a version that runs on IIS – I know you have no plans for this – but this is a deciding factor for many companies as to which product to use – I do not want to install Apache on my server just too run youTrack and therefore cannot recommend it to clients -

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