How can I integrate JIRA into Snowflake?

Gabe Kressel April 21, 2021

So I basically want to create an automation where newly created JIRA issues are listed in Snowflake, in some format. I've read something about using AWS lambda and AWS S3 bucket + kinesis and firehose, but is there any other way? An easier way? I would also like to know how to exactly do this with the AWS tools.

 

PS. I'm quite new at this stuff 😃

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MobilityStream
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April 26, 2024

HI @Gabe Kressel ,

If you are looking for an easy way to connect Jira with Snowflake, I would also recommend to look at our Atlassian Marketplace app: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1227353/snowflake-for-jira

You will be up and running in minutes and can pick which data to load such as issues, versions, projects, users, components, etc. Unlike other solutions it won't just query each API endpoint and create a messy set of tables that require modification but produces a relatively clean table structure. Also, it is optimized for Snowflake to reduces credit usage.

Kind regards,

The Mobility Team

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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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April 25, 2021

Hi @Gabe Kressel , 

so I see a few ways:

1. Own Script to fetching and loading (ETL)

 

2. middleware https://jira.tosnowflake.com/

 

Where you can find a good solution for the fetching via exist solution on marketplace to make fetching work

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