JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook

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  • Master all the processes for a well-planned implementation
  • Discover simple ways to streamline administration
  • Explore how to audit and clean up the application
  • Discover ways to maintain and extend JIRA
  • Learn how to create repeatable procedures
  • Discover ways to stay out of the 'JIRA swamp'

The application development process can easily get out of hand if you do not track and control it at all times. You need a robust project management tool that tracks the issues and bugs in your project and ensures its smooth completion.

The JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook begins by discussing how to set up a new application and audit and improve its functionality. As you progress through the chapters, you’ll learn simple, yet efficient methods to maintain the application and to make your daily admin work more manageable. You’ll learn to create workflows that can track how your application functions, and improve it by analyzing the behavior of the workflow. You’ll also learn how to use addons, plugins, and other tools that extend your application.

By the end of the book, you’ll gain insight into your application and discover alternative strategies to perform your administrative tasks better.

  • Establish and streamline vital processes with more than a hundred recommendations
  • Apply best practices and guidelines for each administrative area
  • Use real-world examples to learn how to avoid common pitfalls
Page Count 295
Course Length 8 hours 51 minutes
ISBN 9781800208070
Date Of Publication 24 Nov 2016


Rachel Wright

Rachel Wright is an entrepreneur, process engineer, and Atlassian Certified JIRA Administrator. She started using JIRA in 2011 and became a JIRA administrator in 2013. She is the owner and founder of Industry Templates, which helps companies grow, get organized, and develop their processes. In 2013, Rachel founded the Northern Virginia Atlassian User Group. In 2016, she moved on to assist the User Group program as a volunteer consultant and as a member of the User Group Leader Council. She also participated in the Atlassian Summit Program Selection Committee, helping to select conference sessions for the "Extend & Scale" and "Team & Culture" tracks.