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Is Oracle Developer Cloud Service enough?
I'm using JDev For building ADF application.
I've been developing an ADF application for about a year now and recently i came across some maintenance problems.
Specially that i wasn't using any version control or an issue tracking system (didn't know about those until now actually).
So i came across some tools and studied them carefully which are GIT as a versioning tool and JIRA and Confluence as an issue tracking system.
I can't tell how much this knowledge transformed my life as a developer.
But i also came across that amazing oracle solution "Oracle Developer Cloud Service" which made me even happier because now all of this tools are integrated together with JDeveloper seamlessly.
But i have a couple of questions here:
1- If i chose to use the ODCS will i still need JIRA or Confluence?
2- After the ODCS trial period ends how much would i pay to use only these tools?
(I took a look on this link http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/contracts/paas-iaas-universal-credits-3940775.pdf ... but didn't understand anything)
To help you find the most accurate answer:
1- For now i'm only one user.
2- My question is only about issue tracking and version control ... so no any other SAAS , IAAS or PAAS.
Thank you for your time