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Open DevOps est la solution DevOps d'Atlassian, optimisée par l'intégration de Jira Software et des outils préférés de votre équipe. En reliant des outils habituellement séparés, Jira Software devient le centre de contrôle de votre chaîne d'outils logiciels, pour offrir à votre équipe la possibilité de créer une chaîne d'outils personnalisée bénéficiant de la coordination du tout-en-un. Démarrez avec les outils que vous utilisez déjà et enrichissez votre gamme avec le marketplace DevOps de l'éditeur (majeur) qui comprend des partenaires tels que Slack, AWS et DataDog, pour établir une véritable collaboration au sein de l'ensemble du cycle de vie DevOps, de la planification au codage, en passant par la gestion des incidents. Restez ensuite concentré grâce à des flux de travail automatisés qui éliminent les modifications de projet laborieuses, sécurisent votre code, simplifient la résolution d'incidents, etc. Jira place le travail au cœur des processus en proposant un outil dont toute équipe peut profiter en bénéficiant des mêmes niveaux de personnalisation et d'accès à des intégrations performantes. En suivant intelligemment le travail via Jira pour l'ensemble du cycle de vie de développement logiciel, chaque contributeur, équipe et responsable dispose des données regroupées pour prendre des décisions éclairées et comprendre l'impact commercial de chaque étape du processus. L'approche ouverte d'Atlassian vous permet de personnaliser votre chaîne d'outils DevOps selon les besoins exacts de votre équipe, car une suite DevOps ne peut être achetée : elle doit être construite.
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Open DevOps - Avis

Évaluation des fonctionnalités

Rapport qualité-prix
4,2
Fonctionnalités
4,4
Simplicité
4,0
Support client
4,1
Gokul
Gokul
  • Secteur d'activité : Services d'information
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 10 000+ employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis
Rapport qualité-prix
5
Fonctionnalités
5
Simplicité
4
Support client
3

5
Publié le 23/01/2019

Atlassian JIRA Software Review

My Overall experience in JIRA is 3 years at this point and we started using it from the Year 2016. This is used in an project called recovery with the count of 25 developers from India/USA/Canada and several business end users on the same. The stiry was easily created and went thruough several phases till deployment. I would say JIRA ease my works in managing the stories since I am the PO for whole board and connecting developers/business end users for moving the stories and completing the same.

Avantages

Basically there are lot of likes about this software:

1. Clear Tracking of what is going on in the project along with version needs to be deployed.
2. Ability to Use Kanban, Scrum and other Agile methodologies in JIRA Software.
3. Ability to flag the stories which is in impediment which will show to everyone on when it was started and when it was impended.
4. Easily keep tracking of Backlog for future works and deployments that needs to be made.
5. Ability to bulk update the stories for certain categories like version, points or any others.
6. Easy in terms of reporting to generate using JQL (JIRA query language).

Inconvénients

Some of the cons in JIRA are:

1. Some times it was ended with deadlock leads to slowness. This happens when certain users running the report across the JIRA.
2. Security is less since we can see any ones board and get to know the statuses across the enterprise.
3. JIRA is costly since it per user licenses and whole organisation have to pay according to the usages.

Piotr
  • Secteur d'activité : Logiciels
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 51–200 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis
Rapport qualité-prix
4
Fonctionnalités
4
Simplicité
3
Support client
3

4
Publié le 08/07/2022

Everyday task management for everyone.

As a tester, I am using Jira daily. My main activities are creating/updating bug tickets, updating task statuses, arrange and planning my future work. Jira is a great tool, on a basic level, it is intuitive to use. A huge amount of functionalities that are built in and integrated make work much more efficient. Bug and task tracking are easy and quick. Everyone with access can check what is the progress or the latest updates on a selected topic. Customization of features is amazing, Jira admin can adapt almost everything to the company's needs. If anything is not clear, customer service is happy to help and assist with all queries. In case the existing functionalities are not enough, it is a possibility to install external plugins from the shop that can extend capabilities.
On the other hand, Jira can be problematic. It is a huge software with a large number of modules that can interfere with each other. Especially if modified by an inexperienced admin, e.g. a small change in a workflow can affect all projects that are in the company. It is vital to know what are you doing as an admin. Also, if users need new functionality, it can be reported in the Jira forum, which is tracking similar requests - unfortunately, a lot of them are there for years without updates, despite users constantly asking about that. I assume this may be because of the software itself, but explanations would be nice.
All in all, it is an amazing piece of code despite the high price and minor problems!

Avantages

A great number of functionalities.
On the basic level is intuitive.
Vast possibilities for adaptation and customization.
Rather easy to integrate with other apps.
A huge number of plugins.
Customer service - in terms of personal help to do something

Inconvénients

Some features are limited (e.g. filtering)
Customer service - in terms of requests to add new/change existing functionalities.
Rather high price

Utilisateur vérifié
  • Secteur d'activité : Services et technologies de l'information
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 11–50 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant 6 à 12 mois
  • Provenance de l'avis
Rapport qualité-prix
3
Fonctionnalités
3
Simplicité
2
Support client
4

3
Publié le 16/03/2019

Getting used to Jira

My use in Jira as a quality assurance officer is to manage, create, and follow up on Jiras to help developers with their work, the basic requirements for a good project management software are there however actual usability functions that allow you to make your work easier are not found. Everything feels slow and laggy and the search just breaks your heart since you can never find what you are looking for unless you know the Exact keyword or Jira number.

Avantages

Jira helps you gather all the information about your development progress in one place. You can create different types of issues like To-DO, bugs ,tasks and epics. You are able to circle through different boards depending on your project which opens up the door for supporting a good number of projects while on the same web app. There are many helpful features to each "Jira" you open in order to identify its importance, priority and who is responsible for tracking and solving that "Jira".

Inconvénients

The cons are down to accessibility, ease of use, and readability. Many features that should be automatically found such as easier Advanced filter access when searching, or viewing boards more easier, ability to click save instead of saving automatically which send unnecessary notifications to users. Cannot place notifications on specific projects when new jiras are created.

Carla
  • Secteur d'activité : Biens de consommation
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 11–50 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis
Rapport qualité-prix
2
Fonctionnalités
4
Simplicité
3
Support client
0

5
Publié le 14/01/2022

Jira is Great for Development, but only Good for Creative

A great way to track deadlines between silos and especially developers.

Avantages

Jira is out of the box free, and it's amazing because it works with everything by the same company. It also allows for easy organization of projects and silos, which intersect with each other. You can easily hand off tasks and allow people to collaborate.

Inconvénients

Jira has a very development based angle, so if you're trying to manage a hybrid team, it works well. But if your team is marketing heavy, it's very anti-user friendly unless a person has familiarity with code or databases. It's just sparse and less user friendly.

Alternatives envisagées 

Redmine

Pourquoi choisir Open DevOps 

Wanted more customization

Logiciel antérieur 

monday.com

Pourquoi passer à Open DevOps

It had nice integrations like Trello and was easy to share between developers AND marketers.
Boris
  • Secteur d'activité : Services et technologies de l'information
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 2–10 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant 6 à 12 mois
  • Provenance de l'avis
Rapport qualité-prix
5
Fonctionnalités
5
Simplicité
5
Support client
0

5
Publié le 15/03/2021

Best way to track time and tasks

I have used Jira in a few projects and every time it proved to be a reliable and productive solution. Mostly we use Jira to keep track of our developer's time in the Kanban board. It is a great tool that allows the developers to actually show us how hard they work and what tasks they tackled. Jira has increased productivity in all projects I used it in.

Avantages

Tracking tasks is a time consuming effort, and one that is easy to forget. Luckily, there is Jira. Jira lets you track your tasks and time spent on them without encroaching on your day. It is easy to set up (once you know what you are doing), easy to use, and a delight to look at. It provides the time tracking and issue tracking tools that any serious project requires.

Inconvénients

It is hard to set up the first time. You need to know which functions you need and which you should remove. But once you set it up and know how it works, it is a treat to work with it.

Alternatives envisagées 

Asana

Pourquoi choisir Open DevOps 

Trello is a nice idea organization board, but for true time tracking and issue tracking we needed Jira.

Logiciel antérieur 

Trello

Pourquoi passer à Open DevOps

Mostly because it seemed more customizable of the two.

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