Ovyka BI Indexer: ElasticSearch for Jira

by Ovyka
for Jira Server 8.0.0 - 8.19.1 and more
10 installs
  • Supported
  • Jira Service Management
  • Jira Software

Index all Jira data and history of changes for your Business Intelligence, and other advanced reports needs

Use any ElasticSearch enabled tool to display data

You can use any BI tool working with ElasticSearch (like Kibana) to visualize and get insight on your data

Select Jira fields you want to have indexed

In addition to mandatory fields (issue key, subject, summary,...), you can configure the app to include any of your Jira fields you want to see indexed in ElasticSearch.

Indexes your Jira data into ElasticSearch

Indexes issues, comments, users and change history into your ElasticSearch cluster. You can now make complex BI search on your data in ElasticSearch.

More details

With BI Indexer - ElasticSearch for Jira, you can index all your data and history of changes on tickets to ElasticSearch (open source search engine & reporting solution).

  • allows you to build from simple to highly complex reports
  • ultra high performance - best practice integration with a 3rd party open source solution, avoiding a BI plugin in JIRA which would cause many performance issues. Never crash your JIRA again for reporting needs
  • You can filter the contexts and custom fields you wish to index, or select everything
  • Coupled with Kibana (open source solution from Elastic), it will help you create high value custom dashboards for free
  • more features to come - feel free to contact Ovyka with your needs and suggestions
  • You can also contact Ovyka for all your custom needs, we've integrated very valuable custom BI dashboards already

Privacy and security

Privacy policy

Atlassian's privacy policy is not applicable to the use of this app. Please refer to the privacy policy provided by this app's vendor.

Vendor privacy policy

Security

This app is not part of the Marketplace Bug Bounty program. Learn more

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Allows to connect your JIRA instance to your ElasticSearch cluster, even if you secured your cluster with SearchGuard.