JIRA and Splunk Integration
JIRA is an IT Service Management Platform and one of the most common tools used in the industry today.
Recently we have been receiving a lot of requests of people asking for the integration of JIRA and Splunk , so here we are , your wait is over.
This post shows how to splunk the JIRA Issues.
Step-1 : On your JIRA Instance, navigate to – Your Profile and Settings >>Account settings >> Security , Locate API token and Click on “Create and Manage API tokens”.
Step-2 : Create an API token and copy the secret key for further use.
Step-3: Download the “JIRA Issues Collector “ add-on.
Step-4: On your Splunk Instance navigate to Manage Apps >> Install app from file, upload the add-on you just downloaded and restart splunk once the installation is complete.
Step-5: On the GUI of the add-on select the Configuration page and Click on the add button.
You will get a pop-up form as shown below.
Account name : Provide a unique name for account. Username : Provide the username for JIRA access. Password : Provide the Secret Key we created earlier in step 2. Once done, click on the Add button to save your configuration.
Step 6 : Move to the Inputs page, click on Create New Input and select Jira Issues collector.
You will get a pop up form like shown below,
Name : Assign a name for this input. Interval : Set the polling interval to JIRA Server. Index : Select the index where you want to receive the events for this input. Site URL : Provide the URL of your JIRA server, don’t include anything like http:// or https://. Ex- jirasplunkintegrationdemo.atlassian.net JQL : Provide the issue update range, defaults to past 2 mins. Fields: You can add or remove the fields that you want to ingest here. Service Account: Select the service account for this input, in our case it’s demo_account. Once done, click on the add button to save your settings.
Step 7: Search the index for the JIRA events.
Hurray!! You have successfully managed to integrate JIRA and Splunk.
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