Koppla - External Data Connector for Jira
Display key data from multiple external systems in one place right on your Jira issues
Configure the source and submit data
Configure sources in a Jira project to specify where the data is coming from, what field to use to match data, and who is permitted to see the data. Use our example code to submit data directly into Koppla.
Set field values to find data to display
Updating your Jira issues is all that's needed to kick Koppla into action. Koppla checks all stored data for anything matching the value of the designated fields. Anything it finds will be displayed in your Jira issue.
View relevant data on your Jira issue
See relevant data from all sources in one place on your Jira issue. Each source has their own permissions settings so you only see what you should! How data displays is controlled when submitting data to Koppla.
In most businesses, important data lives across many systems. This means we waste valuable time switching between them to get everything we need to get work done. This is where Koppla saves the day!
There are 3 steps to get up and running with Koppla:
- A project administrator configures event sources, including defining a Jira Issue field
- A Developer submits external data to Koppla, using our example script if needed
- A Jira user fills in the designated field(s), triggering Koppla to find and display relevant data on the issue.
There are many ways to use Koppla to make your life easier. We've started by viewing customer info on service issues and log data in dev issues. Your options are endless so we're curious... How will you use Koppla?
Koppla runs on Atlassian's new development platform, Forge. This means that all data is stored with Atlassian and never on our servers.
Privacy and security
Koppla - External Data Connector for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
- Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
- View the profile details for the currently logged-in user.
- Read and write to app storage service
A sample of data displayed on a Jira issue