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Monitor Domain & SSL Certificate Expiry from Jira

Situations when a site suddenly stops working for a banal reason - the certificate has expired or the domain has not been renewed on time - are not as rare as we would like. This happens both in small firms and personal projects and in companies with hundreds of employees. The reason is simple - the human factor.

To control Domains and SSL certificates, we at Softlist have developed the “License Manager” plugin for Jira. The plugin will automatically determine the expiration dates for domains and/or certificates and notify all responsible employees in time.

Domain Monitoring

If you forget to update the domain, it will disappear forever. For most, this has a huge impact on their business. The “License Manager” plugin prevents this situation. The functionality of the domain tracking plugin allows you to track the status of any domain of interest and receive notifications about its expiration date.

Setting up domain monitoring takes a few minutes:

Domains - License Manager.pngJust add the URL of the domain name. This tracking functionality makes it possible to monitor a large number of domains from different registrars.

SSL Monitoring

Expired SSL certificates can be a nightmare. Transaction processing, search rankings, and negative customer experience are just some of the problems caused by forgetting to renew an SSL certificate. Especially often this began to happen with the widespread distribution of certificates for 3 months from Let's Encrypt, because. auto-renewal sometimes fails for various reasons.

That's why the "License Manager" plugin has SSL and TLS certificate monitoring so you don't have to remember when they expire! It is configured and works in the same way as domain monitoring:

SSL - License Manager.pngOur plugin will check the validity of the SSL certificate and warn you about the need to renew it.


Using these two monitoring functions in the “License Manager” plugin, you will always know in time about the approaching expiration of certificates and the expiration of domains.

The “License Manager” plugin is our new development. Soon we plan to expand the capabilities of the plugin by adding multi-cloud infrastructure monitoring with support for providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud to be able to high-level view into cloud resources by utilized, idle, or unallocated.

If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the “License Manager” plugin, please write in the comments to this article, we will be happy to discuss!


Cool plugin, Tetiana!
What kind of notifications the plugin support?
I mean some pop-up, email (for whom?) or maybe automatical ticket creation

Hey @Roma Bubyakin _Wombats Corp_! Thank you for your response. Our plugin automatically creates a ticket (task) for the responsible employee when an event occurs soon (end of domain or certificate). The plugin also has a built-in calendar where you can view all future renewals of your domains and certificates.

Like Roman Bubiakin likes this

Hi @Tetiana Bondar _Softlist_,

This looks like a great app. Do you know if a DC release is/will be considered ?

Hi @Flora Vidal , thanks for your interest, but at the moment we do not plan to release a version of the plugin for DC. Instead, our development team wants to focus on developing new functionality for the Cloud version.

Great plug-in. Adding GoDaddy to the list of CA will be a good choice. 

Does it also support self signed certificates?

Hi @kzintan, currently the "License Manager" plugin does not support self signed certificates. But we will add the development of this functionality to our roadmap. Thanks for the idea!

Hi @Norbin Cruz , thanks for the feedback. Our plugin supports working with domains regardless of their registrar - domain information is synchronized with public data in WHOIS. You can also quickly import a list of all your domains using the CSV file.

But we agree that a quick import of all registered domains directly from GoDaddy, Namecheap or another provider would be very convenient. We will consider the possibility of such integration. Thank you!

This looks like a great app. I'd like to lend my voice to wanting self signed certificate support. This would be a killer feature for us, as well as support for multiple certificate formats.


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