Features & Benefits Of JIRA Integration The IT landscape has been continuously evolving with advanced software technologies to make software development and other allied project systematic and free of functional hassles. JIRA integration is a commercial software product that is utilized for issue tracking, bug tracking and project management. JIRA integration can be licensed for operating on-premises or can be made accessible as a hosted application. The pricing generally depends on the number of users, with an approximate rate of $50 per user for in-house and about $7 per month for every user of the hosted version. However there are certain software companies that provide JIRA for free to the open source projects that cater to specific criteria and enterprises that are nonprofit, non-academic, non-political, non-commercial, non-government and secular in nature. For the commercial and academic consumers, the full source code is available under a developer open source. The JIRA Integration Architecture JIRA is written in Java and also utilizes the Pico inversion of control container, WebWork 1 technology stack and Apache OFBiz entity engine. It ships with multiple translations including English, German Japanese, French and Spanish. JIRA also incorporates with open source control programs such as:
Subversion CVS Git Clearcase Visual SourceSafe Mercurial Perforce
JIRA has a flexible plug in architecture that is spawned over multiple integrations that is set up by JIRA development communities as well as the third parties, comprising IDE's like Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA. The JIRA API enables the developers to integrate the third-party applications into JIRA. Today service providers specializing in agile methodology has adapters that offer seamless JIRA integration that results in traceability, visibility across tools and micro-level process automation. It resolves all integration concerns and helps the project team to function smoothly. This apart other benefits are as follows:
Enables the project team to work on concerns within their preferred tool platform Helps to automate action on issues that results from other integrated tools Ensures cross-tool visibility, requirements traceability and process automation
Furthermore, a systematic JIRA integration helps your engineering and support teams to effortlessly collaborate on consumer support requests that are concerned with issues, such as bugs. The issues can be resolved quickly resulting in customer satisfaction.