Jira Software ist ein Softwareentwicklungstool, das von agilen Teams zum Planen, Verfolgen und Freigeben von Software verwendet wird. Jira Software unterstützt Scrum, Kanban, ein Hybridmodell oder andere einzigartige Workflows.
Jira ermöglicht es Nutzern, Projekt-Roadmaps zu erstellen, um alle laufenden Projekte abzubilden. Das Projektboard umfasst eine Drag-and-drop-Schnittstelle, mit der Teams jedes Projektdetail verwalten können. Das System bietet Funktionen zum Erstellen von Nutzergeschichten und -problemen, zum Planen von Sprints und zum Verteilen von Aufgaben im gesamten Team. Nutzer haben außerdem Zugriff auf Informationen aus Tausenden von Business-Apps, von Design- und Überwachungstools bis hin zu Source-Code- und Produktivitäts-Apps.
Eine mobile App ist sowohl für Android- als auch für iOS-Geräte verfügbar. Preise sind pro Nutzer und Monat festgelegt. Support ist über ein Online-Support-Portal, Online-Dokumentation und Tutorial-Videos verfügbar.
Kevin W. Branche: Glücksspiel & Casinos Mitarbeiteranzahl: 201-500 Mitarbeiter
My overall experience is excellent, it is the best project management software ever. I have used a few others in the past, but there is none that can compete with JIRA. with a integration of slack, confluence, it is very hard to refuse.
1. It is very flexible and fitted really well with agile development work. whether you are using kanban or standard sprint planning work flow, it supports all of those.
2. It is extremely useful to do project planning and creating stories, they will be saved in backlogs and you can access them with weight, estimate and priority.
3. It is quick to create a bug ticket to track bugs.
4. It is very easy to plan for a new sprint, by adding task, stories from the backlogs, it helps with the total points you want to target for a particular sprint, it automatically sum up the story points and make sure you don't over plan.
5. great report tool to help you analyse the project completion and nice burn down chart as well. To help the team retrospectively go back and review.
1. It is a big over complex by providing such flexible functionalities. But it is worth the time and learning curve.
2. As a developer, I don't have to pay the bill. But it is not very cheap if you have a large development team, the bills add up quickly.
Luke A. Branche: Marketing & Werbung Mitarbeiteranzahl: 11-50 Mitarbeiter
I have a (probably unhealthy) love for Jira and would need a lot of convincing to switch. It's interface is genuinely enjoyable to use and it aligns perfectly with agile product management methodologies, natively and in conjunction with its plethora of add-ons.
Jira is an immensely powerful issue management tool. It's JQL language provides ultimate flexibility to satisfy the needs of all roles on a product/project team. It's easy to use (if agile concepts are familiar to you and semi-intuitive if they're not), easy to deploy (especially if you're using Jira Cloud) and easy to integrate with.
The pricing model for add-ons. You could have a 100 users registered to your Jira instance, have an add-on that is used by a small handful of power users, and still be paying a license fee for all 100 users. Very annoying!
Achal K. Branche: Informationstechnologie & -dienste Mitarbeiteranzahl: 10.000+ Mitarbeiter
Jira is itself a technology I will say. I have been using this software for more than 5 years now. With both as a user and JIRA developer. With almost more than 5 years of my career, JIRA helped me in each and every project no matter what process you follow KANBAN, Agile all the tasks, projects,users, tickets can be managed by using JIRA.
JIRA provides a solution for almost all project management issues. A lot of companies are migrating from Service now to JIRA software due to its pricing and features. Jira has a lot of subsidiaries and compatible with third-party plugins and apps.
Easy to use, customizable to list a few.
No cons as such but yes with the complex features provided by JIRA software will require good knowledge or hands-on to go with.
Julie K. Branche: Informationstechnologie & -dienste Mitarbeiteranzahl: 11-50 Mitarbeiter
Our decision to transition our project management systems fully to JIRA is one of the biggest regrets I have made for our company. In addition to the cons notes above, things that should be core features are missing or available as a 3rd party plugin, for extra $$. What's worse is that Atlassian has a plugin system with half of the plugins only available for the server version and then they don't build features that should exist in the core product because they are available elsewhere... as long as you use the server version. Run AWAY from this JIRA as fast as you can!!
If you are willing to do the work, the advanced search is useful and the user experience isn't bad except that to eliminate done tickets you have to deselect all then re-select every option except those of a done type.
Advanced search is the only useful way to reliably get information out, making getting even the smallest view of your data onerous. The core advantage of the tool - it's lack of structure - make it difficult to complete even the simplest of tasks without a ridiculous amount of effort. It's biggest failing is that everything is too flat by default. For example, I am working on a project now and the team has made duplicate tickets because the original tickets are too hard to find and are just dumped on the screen... we have sometimes used epics/stories/sub-tasks with sprints but these are truly inadequate... in today's time why should someone have to spend 20-30 hours a week grooming the backlog and writing searches when if the tool was any good it should (!!) be able generate these views automatically. We are now investigating other solutions like Wrike (absolutely no affiliation, not even sure we will switch to it) and in 10 minutes of testing we were getting views that we have been struggling to get out of JIRA for over a year. Also, you can't do something obvious like make a reminder in the future for a ticket, so you either get flooded with reminders for just about everything or you have to go outside the product to remind you to do something in JIRA. Seriously!?!
Verifizierter Rezensent Branche: Gesundheit, Wellness & Fitness Mitarbeiteranzahl: 11-50 Mitarbeiter
JIRA has been an excellent tool overall - provides the perfect mix of task, project and issue tracking features that every company needs. I have worked with JIRA in two independent fast-growing companies and both times it has been the main driver of productivity.
The fully integrated task and project management boards with extensive levels of detail to run Kanban maintenance boards, complex sprints and even visualise recruitment pipelines. In collaboration with Confluence and BitBucket, the Atlassian product suite make the management of a growing software team seem easy.
JIRA has quite a steep learning curve for less software native users and can appear too complex for the average operational or commercial person. As such, it can be difficult to convince new people to use JIRA without extensive training and hand-holding. This could be improved by guided tours and a simpler interface for "new starts".