Nostradamus is an open source application for analyzing software defect reports extracted from bug tracking systems. The application uses Machine Learning techniques to determine important links between various defect attributes and generate certain bug metrics, such as the probability of:
❌a bug being rejected; ✅a bug being fixed, including time to resolve; 📝a bug belonging to a specific area of testing.
Nostradamus also calculates various statistical data including distributions and values of aggregate functions and performs analysis of bug descriptions and, as a result, produces the following metrics:
- a list of the most frequently used terms;
- a list of the most significant words, etc.
This knowledge further allows to achieve various IT-related goals, e.g.:
📝More accurate planning and goal setting for Project Managers; 📈Improving the defect report quality for QA Engineers and Junior Analysts; 🔎Discovering the dependencies hidden in development, for system architects and developers.
For best performance, please make sure that your machine satisfies all the recommended requirements:
- 4+ CPU
- 8Gb+ RAM
- 10Gb+ HDD
We use Docker to simplify the application infrastructure maintenance, so make sure that you have Docker installed on your machine.
Specify your Jira-user credentials in the
.env file to make Nostradamus able to interact with your data, e.g.:
JIRA_URL=https://jira.atlassian.com(no slash at the end)
Build the images
Fire up the containers
docker-compose up -d --scale worker=3
You are all set!
The application is up and running on localhost.
Please navigate to
127.0.0.1 to start analysing your data.
Where to get help
Please read our Wiki page that covers most of the popular questions regarding the application's behavior.
You are always welcome to reach us via:
⌨️direct message to @il1tvinov