Planning And Releasing Software With Jira

When planning and releasing software, the single most important part is getting the planning right. It’s critical for achieving a successful release, getting development and operations aligned, minimizing risk, and maximizing customer satisfaction. That’s why we at Atlassian build so much software in Jira.

When planning and releasing software, the single most important part is getting the planning right. It’s critical for achieving a successful release, getting development and operations aligned, minimizing risk, and maximizing customer satisfaction. That’s why we at Atlassian build so much software in Jira.

Planning is an integral part of the development process and it can be very useful to have a tool in your software development kit which delivers all the features needed for effective planning, management and controlling of product backlog.

Planning And Releasing Software With Jira

Successfully planning, creating, and releasing software requires a sound process, strong coordination among multiple teams, and correctly configured applications. Many teams choose Jira Software to manage their work. By connecting additional Atlassian tools, like Confluence and Bitbucket, teams can reduce manual work and holistically support their development process.

What you will learn:

  • Planning work in Jira for both scrum and kanban projects.
  • Tracking status of work in active boards.
  • Tracking versions and releasing versions.
  • Customizing Jira boards.
  • Using components, epics, and labels to categorize work.
  • Creating projects with project templates.
  • Querying for and reporting on issues.
  • Choosing a Jira product and Jira alternatives.
  • Customizing Jira projects, including custom issue types, project roles, notifications, permission and security schemes.
  • Creating custom fields for issues and custom screens for projects.
  • Extending Jira through the Atlassian Marketplace.
  • Creating and modifying project workflows, including using conditions, validators, and post functions.
  • Integrating Jira with other common development team tools such as source code repositories.

This skill covers use of Atlassian’s Jira to plan, track, and manage releases of software.  It covers all core features of Jira, including customization of projects and integration with other products commonly used by software teams.

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