Open source asset management system built on Laravel.
This is a FOSS project for asset management in IT Operations. Knowing who has which laptop, when it was purchased in order to depreciate it correctly, handling software licenses, etc.
It is built on Laravel 5.5.
This is web-based software. This means there is no executable file (aka no .exe files), and it must be run on a web server and accessed through a web browser. It runs on any Mac OSX, flavor of Linux, as well as Windows, and we have a Docker image available if that's what you're into.
For help using Snipe-IT, check out the user's manual.
Feel free to check out the GitHub Issues for this project to open a bug report or see what open issues you can help with. Please search through existing issues (open and closed) to see if your question has already been answered before opening a new issue.
PLEASE see the Getting Help Guidelines and Common Issues before opening a ticket, and be sure to complete all of the questions in the Github Issue template to help us to help you as quickly as possible.
Please see the upgrading documentation for instructions on upgrading Snipe-IT.
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Please see the translations documentation for information about available languages and how to add translations to Snipe-IT.
Since the release of the JSON REST API, several third-party developers have been developing modules and libraries to work with Snipe-IT.
- Python Module by @jbloomer
- SnipeSharp - .NET module in C# by @barrycarey
- InQRy by @Microsoft
- SnipeitPS by @snazy2000 - Powershell API Wrapper for Snipe-it
- jamf2snipe by @ParadoxGuitarist - Python script to sync assets between a JAMFPro instance and a Snipe-IT instance
- Marksman - A Windows agent for Snipe-IT
- Snipe-IT plugin for Jira Service Desk (beta) - for the upcoming Snipe-IT v5 only
As these were created by third-parties, Snipe-IT cannot provide support for these project, and you should contact the developers directly if you need assistance. Additionally, Snipe-IT makes no guarantees as to the reliability, accuracy or maintainability of these libraries. Use at your own risk. :)
To report a security vulnerability, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of using the issue tracker.
Thanks goes to all of these wonderful people (emoji key) who have helped Snipe-IT get this far:
This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!
Please see the documentation on contributing and developing for Snipe-IT.
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.