The JIRA plugin Tempo Planner offers agile capacity and resource scheduling, team and project management, and business data for teams. It extends the JIRA platform by deeper agile planning and management specific features.
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SWIFT is the first step if you want to try out JIRA, Confluence or Stash – without any artificial restrictions. Your free and nonbinding test instance is valid for 30 days but can be extended if necessary. It’s also a great possibility to try out add-ons. All you have to do is fill out a simple form and after about 15 minutes you are ready to start. In this video tutorial our colleague Martin Seibert explains to you the whole registration process and gives you additional information about the difference to Atlassian OnDemand and pricing.
draw.io is a sophisticated diagramming plugin for Confluence and JIRA, created by JGraph. With draw.io you can quickly and easily create a wide range of diagrams in both Confluence and JIRA: flow charts, network diagrams, org charts, UML diagrams, mind maps, and many more. Here are some examples. The underlying core technology, mxGraph, has been in development since 2005 and today is the market reference implementation. In 2012, the draw.io plugin for Confluence was created for the Atlassian Marketplace, these are some of the advantages of draw.io for Confluence and JIRA.
First steps in JIRA Yes, we won! At the end of 2013, Atlassian had started a small competition – the JIRA …
JIRA is Atlassian’s tracking and project management system, recently released in version 6.0. We recommend teams and business that work with other tools, such as ClearQuest, Trac, FogBugz, Mantis, HP Quality Center or Bugzilla, to consider the alternatives, no matter how established an existing system might be. What does JIRA offer, that other tools don’t?