GLPI stands for Gestionnaire Libre de Parc Informatique is a Free Asset and IT Management Software package, that provides ITIL Service Desk features, licenses tracking and software auditing.
- Inventory of computers, peripherals, network printers and any associated components through an interface, with inventory tools such as: FusionInventory or OCS Inventory
- Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
- Item lifecycle management
- Licenses management (ITIL compliant)
- Management of warranty and financial information (purchase order, warranty and extension, damping)
- Management of contracts, contacts, documents related to inventory items
- Incidents, requests, problems and changes management
- Knowledge base and Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Asset reservation
Moreover, GLPI supports many plugins that provide additional features.
It is distributed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2 - please consult the file called COPYING for more details.
A web server (Apache, Nginx, IIS, etc.)
MariaDB (or MySQL < 5.7)
PHP 5.6 or higher
Mandatory PHP extensions:
- gd (picture generation)
- curl (CAS authentication)
Recommended PHP extensions (to enable optional features)
- domxml (CAS authentication)
- imap (mail collector and users authentication)
- ldap (users authentication)
- openssl (encrypted communication)
- IE 11+
- Firefox (including 2 latests ESR version)
Please, consider using browsers on editor's supported version
- Official website
- Translations on transifex service
- IRC : irc://irc.freenode.org/glpi
- Development documentation
- Plugin directory
- Plugin development documentation
Used JS libraries
- Chartist.js v0.10.1 MIT/WTFPL
- chartist-plugin-legend v0.6.0 ISC
- chartist-plugin-tooltip v0.0.17 MIT
- Font-Awesome v4.7.0 MIT
- fuzzy v0.1.3 MIT
- gridstack.js v unknow-dev MIT
- htmLawed v1.2.4 LGPL3/GPL2+
- jQuery v1.10.2 MIT
- jQuery UI v1.10.4 MIT
- jQuery plugins *
- Leaflet v1.2.0 BSD2S
- PrismJS v MIT
- spin.js v2.3.2 MIT
- TinyMCE v4.7.1 LGPL2.1
- Underscore.js v1.8.3 MIT
- Lodash v unknown MIT
GLPI is a living software. Improvements are continuously made, new functionalities are being developed, and issues are being fixed.
To ease support and development, we need your help when encountering issues. There is a GLPI version typical lifecycle:
- A new major version (9.3) is released.
- Minor versions (9.3.x), fixing bugs or issues, are published after several weeks. Please consider updating to the latest realeased minor version if you encounter some bugs or performance issues.
- Several months after major version realesed, a new major version (9.4) is released Previous major versions become unsupported, please update to the new major version. Obviously, we provide support for the migration tools too!