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Hi Atlassian community,
We are using JIRA cloud and AWS CI/CD pipeline services (CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, CodePipeline) for managing our continuous integration and deployment pipeline.
How can we populate the Build and Deployment view of JIRA issues to see build and deployment status on tickets. We've integrated with GitHub to view the Development information on JIRA tickets, but we can't view the builds and deployments for an issue.
Hi @Mohsin Siddiqui,
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
To populate the Jira Software Cloud build and deployment view, you need to either implement a full-fledged Atlassian Connect app that provides the build and deployment modules, or an OAuth 2.0 (3LO) app as outlined in Integrating Jira Software Cloud with on-premises tools.
Both approaches require to map the resp. CodeBuild and CodePipeline lifecycle event data to the JSON payloads required by the resp. Jira Software Cloud builds and deployments REST APIs (beware that some required fields are not available and need to be substituted etc.).
PS: We are working on such an OAuth 2.0 (3LO) integration ourselves and are contemplating to publish it as a (low-priced) commercial app in the Marketplace down the road, so feel free to get in touch if you would be interested (and are not in a hurry).
PS: Feel free to sign-up for our Develop with AWS (Jira) EAP if you want to help us shape the AWS DevOps toolchain integration with Atlassian Jira - we hope to conclude the EAP by early to mid June so that we can publish the app to the Atlassian Marketplace.
PPS: If you happen to use Compass, we have recently published the sibling app Develop with AWS (Compass) with initial support for CodePipeline and CodeBuild - the app is currently freely available via the in-product Marketplace, and Compass is also still free while in beta.
Hi @Simran ,
Sorry for the late reply, I missed the notification (we need to automate tracking our community posts it seems).
We have indeed made notable progress and won an encouraging honorable mention for our Develop with AWS (Jira) submission to Codegeist 2021, which aims to "integrate your AWS development toolchain with the Jira Software Open DevOps experience". We'll initially support CodePipeline, CodeBuild, and likely CodeCommit, but aim to also cover other applicable services like CodeDeploy, CodeArtifact, CloudFormation, Step Functions, AppConfig etc. over time.
As summarized on our new Develop with AWS landing page, the app is still in the works while we are waiting on support for Jira Software Cloud data providers [Open DevOps] (FRGE-472) in Forge, which is more or less blocking a public release in the Atlassian Marketplace (while the OAuth 2.0/3LO integration discussed above is sufficient to explore the concept, it has significant limitations that are likely not suitable for the majority of users).
We hope to learn more about Atlassian's resp. roadmap priorities in January, though depending on their timeline we may need to pivot to one of the two conceivable workarounds (Connect or OAuth 2.0) - if that turns out to be the case, we'd be happy to discuss whether the resulting tradeoffs might be acceptable for your use case.
As for progress, we are really sorry for the delay, but had to prioritize a couple of unrelated distractions this year
The good news is that this will indeed automatically populate Jira's DevOps Deployment Frequency tracking tool!
We are working towards the GA release as we speak, but have to work around the still not publicly available Jira Software data provider support in Forge (FRGE-472). We are confident to get it published to the Marketplace this quarter though. There will be an EAP before that and I’ll reach out to both of you once it’s available!
And my sincere apologies to everyone for not getting back to you earlier, esp. @Michael Trieu, @Simran, and @Lucas Thompson - we encountered additional technical and organizational complexities that delayed progress for 6-8 weeks net, which can happen of course, but I personally missed the mark by not communicating this here in a timely fashion.
We have made significant progress now and aim for an EAP in the 2nd half of February, and the GA by end of March. To not further delay this, we'll limit the launch to CodePipeline support and would highly appreciate to collaborate with you on what services and resource types you want to see next.
So if you are still interested in this app, feel free to join our early access program (EAP) so that we can start this conversation early on - if you'd rather wait, I'll ping here another time once the EAP is ready for private distribution.
Thanks for the ping @Lucas Carniel - while it took us a few more weeks, I'm happy to report that the EAP is now available :)
Given the additional delay, we'll probably shorten the EAP period a bit and are currently aiming for a public release via the Atlassian Marketplace by early April.
The EAP initially supports CodePipeline, and CodeBuild actions within a pipeline, and we'll look into adding support for CloudFormation and CodeDeploy actions soon.
So anyone willing to give it a try and help improve this app early on, feel free to join our early access program (EAP) - if you'd rather wait, I'll ping here once the app is officially available via the Atlassian Marketplace.
Thanks for the ping @Muhammad Hamza Shezad and @Jeff Babb and apologies for the delayed reply: We have extended the Develop with AWS (Jira) EAP to address some onboarding usability issues for larger customers, where the administrative roles for Jira and AWS are handled by different teams.
Onboarding UX aside, the app is already fully functional within the bounds described in my previous comment - we'd highly appreciate additional feedback to capture more diverse use cases and requirements, so please sign-up for our EAP if you want to help us shape the AWS DevOps toolchain integration with Atlassian Jira :)
I'll provide another update here once the app is officially available via the Atlassian Marketplace - we aim to submit the app for approval early May so that it will hopefully be available around mid May.
PS: If you happen to use Compass, we have recently published the sibling app Develop with AWS (Compass) with initial support for CodePipeline and CodeBuild - the app is currently freely available via the in-product Marketplace, and Compass is also still free while in beta.
Thanks for checking in @Lucas Carniel, and sorry for the delay:
We are in the final stretch of adding CloudFormation support, and once this is available, we'll submit the app for approval to the Marketplace (we wanted to include CodeDeploy in the GA release as well, but given the encountered complexities with CloudFormation, we'd rather not delay the release any longer - we'll start working on CodeDeploy right after the release of course).
I'll ping here again once CloudFormation support is available (planned over the course of next week), and once more when we submitted the app for approval (usually takes about two weeks).
While it took as another week, I'm happy to report that we just published support for CloudFormation events in Compass (standalone), and Jira (via the CodePipeline CloudFormation integration ).
As already mentioned, we dropped CodeDeploy support from the GA release to not further delay the publication and will submit the app to the Marketplace for approval next week - we'll start working on CodeDeploy support right afterwards.
I'll ping here again once the app is available in the Marketplace (approval usually takes about two weeks).
 As with CodeBuild, standalone Jira support for CloudFormation outside of CodePipeline requires a concept for communicating the required Jira issue key. Our proposal is to support a resp. tag so that the CodeBuild project or CloudFormation stack would need to be tagged with the desired issue key(s) before triggering a build/deployment - let us know if you have other ideas to address this problem!
Brief interim update, we have been about to submit the app for Marketplace approval, only to realize that this will effectively end the EAP and have two undesired but unavoidable side effects:
So if you have joined our early access program (EAP) (or still want to), please install the app and/or submit pending bug reports until Wednesday July 12 at 16:00 UTC - afterwards the EAP will be closed until the app has been approved for publication via the Marketplace (usually takes about two weeks).
We have submitted the app for Marketplace approval earlier today, so I'll let you know once it is publicly available (approval usually takes about two weeks).
This implies that the EAP is closed, because the private distribution links have become invalid and you can not install the app anymore outside the Marketplace (this is outside of our control) - existing EAP installations should continue to work unimpeded though and transition seamlessly to the Marketplace release later on!
I'm happy to report that we have just published Develop with AWS (Jira) to the Atlassian Marketplace. The initial public release supports CodePipeline, as well as CodeBuild and CloudFormation actions within a CodePipeline . You can try it right away:
To compensate for the short trial period, we are offering the following promotions:
Once the trial ends, please apply the following promotion codes under 'Settings => Apps => Promotions' in Jira (valid until December 31 2023):
As a thank you for joining our early access program (EAP), I'll reach out to you over the coming week with an individual promotion code via the EAP ticket that provides a 100% discount for 3 months (you can still apply the early adopter promotion above afterwards).
 We are currently working on CodeDeploy and CodeCommit support, and we will also support standalone use of CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, and CloudFormation down the road.