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Hi Atlassian Community 👋
Mohamed here, from Jira Service Management Assets Cloud Product Management team.
Setting up a new object schema in Assets can be daunting - where to start, what to include, what not to include… All these questions and more can be tricky depending on your use case.
So, to help make things easier we’re developing object schema templates that define the structure, tailored to specific team needs. This will help teams get set up and using Assets in Jira Service Management quicker and more efficiently by providing pre-configured object types and attributes relevant to the template use case.
This work is still under development, but we are super excited to share some progress with you today! We’ve finished the APIs required to create the IT Assets object schema, and while we're still hard at work working on the front-end pieces, it’s ready for you to invoke if you want to have a go.
If you’re interested, this is the object type structure contained within the template. Each object type also contains a variety of attributes designed for the use case:
Red Hat Linux
Learn more about how to use the Asset template experimental APIs:
We’d really love to hear your feedback about this template - especially around what object types and related attributes you need. If you have any requests for other templates you’d like to see in the future, please also let us know using this form
Cheers and happy schema-ing 🙌