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Aiflow and Jira integration

Hello community,


Is there a way we can integrate airflow and Jira. I am looking forward to auto create jira tickets as and when a DAG fails. Do we have a way to do it. If no direct integrations, is there a middleware to bridge the gap?


Any guidance is much appreciated

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Dario B Atlassian Team Apr 02, 2021

Hello @Dharamvir ,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

I don't know much about AirFlow myself but, searching around, I can see that "airflow providers" are available for Jira:


I have never used this myself so I cannot provide more details on the usage, however, you may want to review the below page that is describing how to add a manual step to an Airflow DAG using the JiraOperator:


Finally, I have moved this question to the Marketplace Apps and Integrations section in order to increase the chances to get help from other community members and/or App vendors.

I hope this helps.



@DharamvirProbably the most straightforward approach is to use an API call from airflow.

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