Redmine Certified by Bitnami (PV)

This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "Redmine" image at <a href="" target="_blank"></a>. Redmine is a powerful project management and issue tracking platform that enables teams to manage multiple projects from the same place. It is completely free and open source, yet includes many of the same features found in enterprise project management and bug tracking tools. With Redmine, individual projects can be tracked separate... See more

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Very good product

  • By 1000ton
  • on 03/18/2015

The Redmine by Bitnami is a very easy product for a Linux Redmine instalation. It's stable and there are a lot of documentation for the product's administration.

Redmine is awesome!

  • By Diego Voltolini
  • on 02/09/2015

Redmine met all the requirements for deployment to multiple clients, it has always met will a small consulting to medium / large sized companies.

Convenient ticket

  • By andriy rusin
  • on 11/19/2014

availability of compelling advantages:
1) ease of service creation
2) the speed and ease of use
3) for the necessary minimum knowledge
4) perfect price / quality ratio
very happy with this service thanks all over collective Amazon

I am pleased to offer to use this service to all colleagues

Nice product out-of-the-box

  • By Oleg Nizhnikov
  • on 09/02/2014

All is nice as usually.
HTTPS is now already configured only by repacing original server.crt and server.key in apache folder. Only trouble is an awful bitnami banner, that appering in redmine welcome page and no documentation how to quickly deactivate it.

easy work and useful! thanks for the AMI!

  • By Fred J.
  • on 08/05/2014

easy work and useful! thanks for the AMI!

I just click and wait few minutes, my redmine system is ready for use!

Fast and easy, a few caveats

  • By Manoj Pooleery
  • on 06/03/2014

It was super easy to set it up. Just a few clicks and the instance was launched. There was a bit of confusion about the key pair, but once I followed the instructions to create one, it was a no-brainer.

One thing to note - the default user name is … "user" doh! I had to hunt for this a bit, as the instructions, while they show where to find the password, they don't say what is the actual user name. And don't worry, you can change all of it once you log in.

I have tried to set up multiple project/issue tracking systems in the past and not one of them have gone as per I fully expected. I just installed this, it was a cinch, will wait to see how the rest of the operations go.

cannot login

  • By yf
  • on 05/02/2014

I want to use redmine.
Bitnami is very easy and useful.

default / user _ bitnami cannot login....
not good...
easy install ... but I cannot user redmine...

Doesn't work

  • By Volodymyr
  • on 04/29/2014

In readme file there is info about default admin user name and password. It is impossible to login using these credentials, so product is totally useless.

Easy Setup, Good Documentation, Well Maintained

  • By TNEngineer
  • on 04/12/2014

With this image I had Redmine up and running in 10 minutes and could begin configuring my work flows and projects. They have good documentation on their web site for where they have tucked all of the configuration for their stack for when I installed my SSL certificate. Most importantly, with the recent OpenSSL vulnerability they had a bulletin on their web site on how to update their VM to patch the vulnerability. That's important because the directions for updating their software was slightly different than regular Ubuntu 12.04. Nice job by the folks at Bitnami.

pretty good

  • By Nikolay Komarov
  • on 04/12/2014

It was cool to have it up and running in minutes.

On the other hand, I had to google a lot to find out a default admin password, SSH login name etc.

A redmine config doesn't include a good template for e-mail settings that would work with Amazon SES. I had to try lots of configs googled from and other sites and spent a lot of time to find out what will work.

A simple guide on how to change URL of Redmine would be nice to have. There are some guides on the web but they are not this Bitnami-AMI-specific.

What I disliked is that the AMI is build on a 10 GB volume which is not always required. I would prefer a more compact AMI and would add my used volumes separately. But maybe I'm wrong.

A great improvement could be adding one more instance of Apache and Redmine (so that one could host two Redmines on the same AWS instance). There is a ready config somewhere in the internet but not in Bitnami docs.