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What Is Open DevOps?

Open DevOps is Atlassian’s DevOps solution, powered by the integration of Jira Software and your team’s favorite tools. By connecting seemingly disparate tools, Jira Software becomes mission control for your software toolchain, giving teams the flexibility of a custom toolchain with the coordination of an all-in-one.

Atlassian’s open approach empowers you to custom tailor your DevOps toolchain to the exact needs of your team because DevOps can’t be bought from a single vendor, it’s built.

Who Uses Open DevOps?

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Open DevOps Software - Open DevOps is powered by Jira Software, the #1 tool used by agile teams. Teams can focus on building and operating software while Open DevOps integrates Atlassian and partner tools auBring your existing tools or swap out our tools with just a few clicks.
Open DevOps Software - Teams have everything they need to develop and operate software in Open DevOps, right out of the box.
Open DevOps Software - Integrate with the tools your developers love - from monitoring and security to feature flagging and testing - without sacrificing coordination.
Open DevOps Software - Create automated workflows on multiple tools with Jira Software’s automation engine. Your team can work inside the tools they choose while Jira integrations provide real-time status updates.

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Reviews of Open DevOps

Average score

Overall
4.5
Ease of Use
4.0
Customer Service
4.1
Features
4.4
Value for Money
4.2

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Richy
Richy
Founder & CEO in US
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer Software, 11–50 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Alternatives Considered:

Best Bang For Your Buck

5.0 4 years ago

Comments: It's the best software out there to manage a team so overall I am very happy and so are all of my developers.

Pros:

Jira makes it super easy to manage a team and helps each developer stay on top of their tasks, keep track of everything they are doing, and easily communicate with other team members.

Cons:

Maybe a bit of help with integration would be amazing for anyone that has no idea what they are doing but otherwise it is AMAZING.

Dilip
Dilip
Software Developer in India
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer Software, 11–50 Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
Reviewer Source

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My Review of JIRA

4.0 2 years ago

Comments: As a software developer, I have used life cycle software for many software developments. For more than two years I have been using JIRA in software development. I found it really helpful to address daily developments using this Agile software development model. I have used JIRA software to develop multiple software while using the Agile approach to work for faster software development with continuous development and bug fixes. I found it really helpful to work with JIRA.

Pros:

JIRA is one of the best known software used to develop and track software using the Agile method. Using JIRA is easy to track application usage and easy to assign to developers tasks. I have been working with JIRA in software development for over 2 years. At JIRA we used to develop software on the basis of continuous integration and continuous development.

Cons:

Honestly, I haven't found a feature or functionality of JIRA that I dislike because it comes with multiple features that are really useful when communicating on a project with team members on the stories.

Verified Reviewer
Verified LinkedIn User
Internet, 1,001–5,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
Reviewer Source

Functional for specific purpose but confusing

3.0 5 years ago

Comments: Jira is a great tool to track progress of a Product Team with Developers and Engineers. Seems like it was built with the intention to help a Dev/Engineer team really thrive on tasks within an Agile workflow. Because of that, there are no bells or whistles. The Design is pretty vanilla and doesn't really wow. In fact, I find that the design actually makes too much of the functionality blend with each other that nothing really sticks out as a Go-To feature in this market. There are so many updates that come with Jira that with the steep learning curve, you're almost always wondering what you can/can't do. Atlassian also makes Asana which is essentially the same tool but geared towards Product/Design. Seems like it doesn't make sense to split half your team here and half your team there. There should be just one tool.

Pros:

Once you get passed the learning curve, it's fairly simple. Ability to keep in sync with a Dev team is probably the best overall Pro. Devs seem to be able to understand the features and flows here more than anyone. Integrations with other software make it a consideration. Ability to track in kanban style.

Cons:

It's not Aesthetically pleasing at all. There are a lot of features and capabilities that are in-line or buried that aren't evident. There is a pretty big learning curve with Jira and it's purpose. There are SO many capabilities, integrations and functions that are constantly being changed or updated that by the time you catch up to the curve, something changes and you're behind again. Support team also is not super clear on communication.

Sourabh
Sourabh
Software Developer in India
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer Software, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

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JIRA enables business to add velocity to their service management tasks and workflows

4.0 3 years ago

Comments: JIRA is a modern take on a ITSM solution. It is feature loaded yet has a very intuitive User Experience. It has good User Interface as well. JIRA acts as the common interface between Developers, IT ops and business teams and helps different parts of the business colloborate better. It acts as the source of truth for all involves parties and does its basic tasks quite well. It adds velocity to the overall process of task management irrespective of the industry it is used in.

Pros:

1. Great User Interface and User Experience. 2. The ability to create custom queues and automatically re-direct issues to these queues saves a lot of time. 3. The inbuilt SLA management and the option of integrating it to third party alert and notification software is impressive. 4. Adding attachment, links and other resources to JIRA ticket is easy and straightforward. 5. It has great audit trail tracking and can act as a source of truth for all parties involved.

Cons:

1. The issue search feature could have been a little more customizable and faster. 2. The options available to format the comments on an issue are limited and not very intuitive.

Achal
Achal
Sr. Analyst in India
Verified LinkedIn User
Information Technology & Services, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

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JIRA

5.0 4 years ago

Comments: Jira is itself a technology I will say. I have been using this software for more than 5 years now. With both as a user and JIRA developer. With almost more than 5 years of my career, JIRA helped me in each and every project no matter what process you follow KANBAN, Agile all the tasks, projects,users, tickets can be managed by using JIRA.

Pros:

JIRA provides a solution for almost all project management issues. A lot of companies are migrating from Service now to JIRA software due to its pricing and features. Jira has a lot of subsidiaries and compatible with third-party plugins and apps. Easy to use, customizable to list a few.

Cons:

No cons as such but yes with the complex features provided by JIRA software will require good knowledge or hands-on to go with.