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Burnup chart for JIRA Server 7.4 ?

Hi Community!

I've just started working with a company that has JIRA Server 7.4 installed.  There doesn't appear to be any Burnup chart capability in that version, so I'm looking at options.  Can anyone recommend best options?  A plug in?  Or other approach? 




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Hello Matt,

Do you know if you're on Jira Core or Jira Software? You need Jira Software to get this kind of report.

Hope this helps,

- Manon

Thanks @Manon Soubies-Camy, I think we are on Jira Software as I do have access to those reports yes.  However, none of those reports is a burnup chart.  I want to be able to see a burnup chart at different timeboxes - sprint, release, overall project, etc. 

I'm really looking for a nice simple visual chart that shows stories added to sprint (or whatever) backlog over time, compared with what's been completed in that timebox. seems like a decent option, but looks more focussed towards putting these into a report.  I'd rather have something more dynamic like the normal JIRA 'reports'.

I've just seen there is a feature request about Burnup chart in Jira Server, you can watch it to be updated.

Intelligent Reports isn't Atlassian verified so I'd rather suggest using eazyBI or Arsenale Dataplane.


- Manon

Ah thanks, will have a look at those.


indeed, you can create burn-ups and burn-downs in eazyBI. There are some examples in eazyBI demo account to check out, for instance:

Sprint story point burndown

Story points burn down in selected epic

Version burn down with issues

For more detailed assistance with them, do not hesitate to contact eazyBI support



eazyBI Customer Support

Hi @Ilze Leite-Apine, thanks for the info.  However, none of those is quite what I'm really looking for.  What I want to do is clearly (and simply visually) show the impact of new items being added to the backlog (either in a specific sprint, or across a release or the whole project), or indeed work being removed (as opposed to getting completed).  Generally, people look to a Burn UP chart to achieve this, but I guess it can be shown in other ways.

A nice simple explanation is here: - the first chart demonstrates both scope increase and decrease perfectly...

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