Loggly Integrates with Atlassian JIRA
October 13, 2016
Share this

Loggly announced an integration with Atlassian JIRA Software to further improve software development and operations workflows, removing unnecessary steps that most users encounter when troubleshooting operational issues and collaborating with colleagues.

Users can now create an issue in JIRA Software from within Loggly with a single mouse click. Loggly will automatically add the relevant log data to the JIRA Software issue and populate all necessary fields with predefined values. Distraction caused by switching between applications and context, as well as manual effort to enter information, is reduced to an absolute minimum, allowing users to be more productive and make information sharing across team boundaries easier.

“Atlassian’s ecosystem and commitment to integrated workflows have allowed the DevOps community to collaborate better and automate more aspects of the daily routine,” said Charlie Oppenheimer, CEO at Loggly. “Log data analysis is complex and mission critical for our customers. At Loggly we strive to make this as easy and efficient as possible, and integrating with Atlassian has allowed us to improve the Loggly user workflow even further. The broad popularity of Atlassian products makes it an important destination for log analysis.”

Loggly also integrates with Atlassian HipChat, enabling HipChat users to receive alerts triggered by Loggly and even output from Loggly’s Live Tail feature. Users can set up notifications for specific errors that have occurred, spikes in the frequency of a particular type of event such as 400 or 500 status codes from Apache web servers, or the average and maximum numeric values of response times exceeding set thresholds. By streaming Live Tail log events from applications to HipChat in real-time, teams can immediately make information available across team borders and bring in the right subject matter experts, be it on the desktop, web or mobile.

The JIRA Software integration is available to customers of the Loggly Enterprise plans as well as all trial users.

Share this

The Latest

January 23, 2020

EMA is about to embark on some new research entitled Data-Driven Automation: A Vision for the Modern CIO. We're trying to piece a puzzle together that so far we don't believe anyone to date has fully done — seek out where and how IT is moving toward integrated strategies for automation in context with real-world objectives and obstacles. We'll be looking at four use cases, each of will no doubt tell its own story ...

January 22, 2020

Many pitfalls await CIOs on the journey to the cloud. In fact, a majority of companies have been only partially successful, while some are outright failing. To learn more about this migration, Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network surveyed IT and business executives and conducted in-depth interviews ...

January 21, 2020

The online retail industry has yet to have a Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend unscathed by web performance (speed and availability) problems. Luckily, performance during 2019's hyper-critical online holiday shopping weekend was better than in years past, as we did not see any systemic, lengthy outages. While no website went completely down, several retailers did experience significant problems. Why have online retailers yet to figure out how to be crash-free during this all-important peak traffic period? We've identified several reasons for this ...

January 16, 2020

Gartner highlighted the trends that infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders must start preparing for to support digital infrastructure in 2020 ...

January 15, 2020

Edge computing usage is starting to increase. The obvious follow-up question is, "So, what can I do with edge computing?" I'm glad you asked. There are lots of things you can do ...

January 14, 2020

Industry experts offer predictions on how Network Performance Management (NPM) and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2020. Part 2 offers predictions about 5G and more ...

January 13, 2020

Industry experts offer predictions on how Network Performance Management (NPM) and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2020 ...

January 09, 2020

With AI on the edge, companies will more easily monitor desktops, tablets and other end-user devices. AIOps will enable IT to guide employees on improving productivity from the applications installed on their devices while delivering greater visibility and control around the entire IT environment ...

January 08, 2020

2020 will see AIOps adoption going mainstream as use cases crystallize for improving IT efficiencies and supporting faster decision-making. Expect AI-enhanced automation to become smarter and more contextual, move towards the edge, and used increasingly for customer and user experience analysis. Yet there are significant challenges and cautions, which will shape AI's development in not only IT but across business and society ...

January 07, 2020

Industry experts offer predictions on how Digital Transformation will evolve and impact business in 2020 ...