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You've successfully integrated Bitbucket, Opsgenie, and Confluence with your site, and now it's time to connect them with a project to start exploring Atlassian Open DevOps.
Not familiar with Open DevOps?
Atlassian Open DevOps is the foundation to build your DevOps toolchain with the best tools from any vendor. It comes with free, cloud versions of Jira Software, Bitbucket, Confluence, and Opsgenie integrated and connected out-of-the-box, which you can upgrade or swap out for other popular tools such as Github or Gitlab. Learn more
Step 1: Connect a project
Connect a team-managed project
Choose the team-managed project you want to connect.
Go to Project settings > Features.
Enable the Code, Deployments, Project pages, and On-call features.
Connect a company-managed project
Choose the company-managed project you want to connect.
Under Project settings, go to the indiviudal Code, Deployments, and Project pages tabs to enable the features one-by-one.
On-call is coming to company-managed projects soon!
Create a new connected project
From the main navigation, select Create > Create project
Check the “Connect work across tools” option
Follow the prompts to connect work
Step 2: Navigate your tools
Once the project is set up, you’ll have visibility into work that happens across all your connected tools directly from Jira Software. This means your team can access everything in one place instead of constantly switching between tools.
Take your time exploring the following items in your project menu:
Code to access your Bitbucket repositories
Deployments to track your Bitbucket pipelines (CI/CD)
Project pages to read your Confluence documents
On-call to view your Opsgenie on-call schedule
Step 3: Customize your features
If you don’t need certain tools or features, you can easily disable and remove them from the project menu. You can turn them back on at any time.
For team-managed projects, go to Project settings > Features to easily toggle features on and off.
For company-managed projects, go to Project settings and then turn them on or off within the individual feature pages (Code, Deployments, etc).
The Features tab is coming to company-managed projects soon!
Step 4: Invite your team
Adminhub is your one-stop shop to manage users on Jira Software, Confluence, and Opsgenie. With Adminhub, you can:
Manage access and permissions
Monitor product usage and billing
Add and remove individual users or entire groups
Want to add developers to Bitbucket? Learn how to grant repository access to users and groups.
Step 5: Connect more tools
Open DevOps is designed to be customized and extended with apps from third-party vendors. You can start by exploring our integrations page within Jira Software to discover tools from different categories, including:
Step 6: Create automation rules
Create unlimited automation rules across Jira and your connected tools to speed up your team and keep your work in sync. For example, create a rule to move an issue to “in-review” when a teammate makes a pull request in their code tool. Learn more
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