Learn more about Jira Cloud products, features, plans, and migration.
Integrate Jira Cloud with Confluence, development tools, apps, and self-hosted tools using OAuth and feature flags.
Control who has access to your Jira Cloud products and give them the right permissions to perform their role.
Learn how to set up, customize, and manage Jira Cloud projects.
Explore issues, issue types, issue custom fields, issue screens, custom field context, and issue field configurations in Jira Cloud.
Define the lifecycle of your work and learn about issue workflow schemes and the issue collector.
Learn more on how you can set up Jira Cloud for your team.
By integrating Jira applications with Bamboo, you can seamlessly view and monitor the status of your Bamboo builds and deployments without leaving your Jira projects.
To connect a Bamboo server instance with a Jira Cloud application you need to create an application link between them.
Development panel in Jira issues
The development panel is shown in the View Issue screen in Jira applications. If Jira Software is integrated with Bamboo, you can view the status of your builds and deployments right inside the corresponding issues.
See Viewing the development information for an issue for more information.
The Releases hub in Jira Software shows the progress of a version, so you can determine which issues are likely to ship at a glance. The commits, builds, and deployments related to each issue are shown, helping you to spot potential development issues that could cause problems for a release.
If you’ve integrated Bamboo with Bitbucket Server, deployment information can be sent to Jira via Bitbucket Server. You’ll see these deployments on your Jira issues, in the Releases hub, and on the Deployments timeline. However, if you’ve connected Bamboo to Jira Software (without using Bitbucket Server) you’ll only see deployments on Jira issues and in the Releases hub. Learn more about linking Bitbucket with Bamboo.
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