Hardware requirements

For production deployment, Summit needs to be installed on a dedicated server. When deciding on the hardware requirements for Summit, the following factors should be considered:

  • the number of Jira projects to be analysed
  • the number of Git repositories and commits to be analysed
  • the number of users that are actively using Summit

As a reference, a Linux server with 2 cores 2GHz CPU, 8 GB of RAM and 100 GB disk space is capable of supporting teams consisting of 10 to 50 members on a daily basis. Due to the heavier load of data analysis, to get the first analysis results faster, Summit would need more resources. (e.g. 4 cores 3Ghz CPU and 8 GB of RAM) After the first analysis results are calculated, the resources can be reduced to a lower level (e.g. 2 cores 2GHz CPU and 8 GB of RAM).

Software requirements

Summit is a web application that can be accessed via a web browser. The following browsers are supported:

License Information for Summit

This product includes software developed by the TBA21 Hungary Ltd.
This product also includes code written by other third parties. The majority of the open source components included in Summit are covered under the MIT, BSD, or Apache licenses. Other components use cc-by-4.0 GNU LGPL licenses.

For further information on the third-party code integrated into this product, including relevant copyright, legal, and licensing notices, please refer to the “readme.md” file situated in the installation directory.

Data privacy and client control

The client has the full autonomy to install the application in their own infrastructure or environment, giving them complete control over their data.

If the client requires assistance during setup or prefers to outsource the setup process, they might grant access to specific project or repository data to the setup team.