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Is it possible to graph information assets on a jira dashboard?

Hello Comunity 

I currently have an asset scheme and I would like to know if there is any way to make a graph of said objects, either through filters or an application, I hope you can help me!

 

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Hi @dhernandezs,

I am not entirely sure if this answers your question, but object graphs are a built-in feature of Assets. While these graphs are not available to put on a Jira dashboard, you can easily access them from within the Assets app itself.

This is an example of a generic graph:

Screenshot 2023-01-07 at 14.51.36.png

When you are viewing an object schema in assets, click the graph button near the top right to display the visualisation.

Or if you want to display the details of an actual object's relations, open an object and then click the Object Graph button on the screen to display a graph like this:

Screenshot 2023-01-07 at 14.52.54.png

All existing relations from and to the selected object are visualised and the chart is dynamic, so you can click through on linked items you see in the chart.

Hope this helps!

is there any alternative to this for a better view of dependencies / vulnerabilities associated with the system?

Hi @Subhrajyoti Behera,

The relations you see here are a key element in finding out what the impact of an incident basically is. When an incident occurs, mapping the impacted service or system (or application, ...) helps you trace the potential impact on related infrastructure, CI's, services and so on.

But that practice goes way beyond just a few lines in reply to a short question here. You may want to take a look at this whitepaper to take a deep dive into that matter.

Hello Walter, thank you for the reply. 

I understand what you are saying. But I need a better representation / graph of the asset and its dependencies and components on the issue details screen.

Is there any way or plugin for that?

@Subhrajyoti Behera,

The graph is accessible from the issue details screen once you have set up Assets custom fields on your screen. You can access it with a single click right from the field:

Screenshot 2023-01-28 at 11.19.29.png

I marked the icon you should click below requested laptop, but you can see it's available for every other asset on the ticket as well

Hello @Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_ thanks for the reply. 

 

How did you add these following fields in the issue details screen?

What are these fields called?

how did you add these.png

They are assets custom fields. They come with the Assets app in JSM cloud premium. You'll need to configure them in your instance, but you can set up as many as you need to bring your assets into your issues.

See this support article for more information.

Thank you for the help Walter. Appreciate it. 

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