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In the existing Jira server we have integrated Jenkins with Jira webhook and which is working fine as both are in internal network Now as we are planning to migrate our Jira server to SAAS cloud we need your assistance to understand how we can integrate Our Jenkins internal server with Jira cloud webhook. can you please share any documents or reference links
What is it that you are currently using webhooks for? Are the webhooks on the side of Jira or Jenkins or both?
Also, the SAAS you are moving your Jira Server instance to, is this the Atlassian Jira Cloud offering or a different offering?
Move details will help advice you better.
If you are looking to get insight in Jira, what build is related to what issue, and/or automations to perform actions in Jira based on Jenkins events then you may want to take a look at the Jenkins Integration for Jira app (Disclaimer, I'm the partner providing the app).
Atlassian also provides there implementation for Jira Cloud
Thanks for the response.
In the existing case we are using webhooks in the Jira onprem-server application to trigger the Jenkins build based on issue status change . In jenkins we are using Jira trigger plugin to add condition in the job config so over all our case is to trigger Jenkins build based on the issue status change in Jira SAAS atlassian cloud offering. Please let me know is there any other better way to skip the webhooks or how to establish Jenkins connectivity from Jira SAAS .
It supports manual triggering through an Issue Action, and a Workflow Post Function.
When a trigger is send to Jenkins, configured Jira issue field values will also be passed to Jenkins to be mapped to build parameters. Build parameters will need to name match issue field names, but there is an enhancement request open to improve on this.
If you decide to give it a spin we can always connect to improve the features around triggering a build.
You are in luck, I just released a new 'Accesseble Through Tunneling' feature in partnership with ngrok.
When you configure a Jenkins site in the Jira app, you can specify the 'Accesseble Through Tunneling' connection method. This will cause the Jira app to setup a secure tunnel that the Jenkins plugin will connect to once the Jira site is registered with the Jenkins site. Check the docs here on the different connection methods the JIra app supports and how you can configure those.
I understand, you have a 30 day trial if you install the paid app.
If this is not enough for the POC then please reach out to me via mail firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm sure we can help each other, please reference this thread when you do mail so I know its you.
I'm currently not aware of any Jenkins Integration app that can provide triggering a build from Jira Cloud to Jenkins on-prem.