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We currently use Jira Service Management, Jira Software management and Confluence. However we also use Azure Devops where the software code is uploaded/reviewed/published. Currently our Jira tickets are not connected to the Azure Devops environment.
Ideally: I would like to see which jira ticket is attached to a specific change in code.
Anyone that has experience with that? Good/bad?
Hi @Marieke Cozijnsen -
We have a tool that can help with this. TSF4JIRA Azure Ops Integration - integrates Jira Service Management and Azure DevOps, enabling the workflow you need in order to provide the latest status to your customers. You can create new work items in ADO based on JSM support tickets and monitor the progress of work items being worked\delivered by development.
If you prefer, we will be happy to give you a demo. You can schedule a demo here.
Or, You can email me at Jennifer.email@example.com and I can put in contact with our PM to further discuss your needs.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Jennifer Dempsey, Product Marketing Manager, Appfire
@Marieke Cozijnsen hello! It should be possible. If you're open to trying out an external solution, i'd like to propose looking at ZigiOps (check it out on the Atlassian marketplace). It's a no-code solution that connects Jira &Azure (and other systems) bi-directionally and syncs their data. You can customize it to fit various use cases ( see which jira ticket is attached to a specific change in code). Feel free to book a tech demo and see how it works.
Regards, Diana (ZigiWave team)
Disclaimer: marketplace partner!
Hey @Marieke Cozijnsen -
If you are open to a 3rd party this is something we handle really well in minware. To see it in action simply sign up for a free trial on our site and connect Azure Git and Jira (screenshot below).
Our system will link code changes to Jira Tickets which allows us to provide the most comprehensive reporting available on the market.
What you are looking for should be available "out of the box" but happy to consider any tweaks you need to make to the existing reports.