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How to integrate Bugzilla 5.0.6 and JIRA cloud, such that any bugzilla bug can be tracked in JIRA Cloud?
We have Bugzilla and JIRA cloud both, now we don't want to migrate all Bugzilla Issues in JIRA but, we want integration of both applications. Such as, bug raised in Bugzilla can be refecleted in Our JIRA instance and further get tracked in JIRA itself. Any changes made in state of Bug in JIRA should then be visible in respective Bugzilla Issue.
Request you to guide us for the same.
Your use case is feasible with OpsHub's integration solution. OpsHub Integration Manager (OIM) supports bidirectional integration between Bugzilla and Jira(Cloud) out of the box. Popularly syncronized entities between Bugzilla and Jira are bugs, story, defects and test cases. With OIM's bidirectional syncronization, one can track bug raised in Bugzilla from Jira itself.
You can refer to the following use case as Bugzilla and Jira Cloud will be integrated in the similar manner: https://www.opshub.com/bugzilla-integration/bugzilla-versionone-integration/
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to code something that uses Jira's REST API to get data into Jira from the outside. There is https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1222248/bugzilla-connector-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview which takes a shot at it, but I've not seen anything else that does it. I think it's because people (rightly) try to avoid duplicating data in disparate systems and prefer to get everyone working in one place, rather than have a Jira and a legacy bug tracker to confuse everyone.