Jira Software is part of a family of products designed to help teams of all types manage work. Originally, Jira was designed as a bug and issue tracker. But today, Jira has evolved into a powerful work management tool for all kinds of use cases, from requirements and test case management to agile software development. DataLakeHouse.io primarily aligned with Jira Atlassian Cloud, however our connector should work with an on-premise solution as well.

Connector Pre-Requisites

Connecting to Jira, you need to make sure that:

  • You have an administrator, or person with access to the projects and the metadata of Jira that you wish to synchronize to your target, and follow the instructions below to utilize the OAuth process

Instructions (Basic Connection Setup)

Remember DataLakeHouse.io securely connects to your Jira instance by redirecting you to the Jira portal for you to sign in via Jira login. DataLakeHouse.io does not capture or store your password/credentials.

Using the form please complete the following basic steps:

  1. Enter a Name or Alias for this connection, in the 'Name/Alias' field, that is unique from other connectors.
  2. Enter in the 'Target Schema Prefix' field, a name that will be unique in your Snowflake data cloud destination database where you wish to land the data.
  3. Click the Authorize Your Account button which will transport you to the Jira login, where you will enter your Jira account credentials.   Once your credentials are accepted you will be automatically redirected back to this DataLakeHouse.io portal and you should be able to see a successful connection.

If any issues occur with the Jira authorization, simply return to the sources page in DataLakeHouse.io, edit this source and click the 'Authorize Your Account' or 'Re-Authorize Your Account' button.   If any issues persist please contact our support team via the DataLakeHouse Support Portal.

Updated 11 May 2022
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