Projects summary

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CloudBees Release Orchestration SaaS has also a dashboard for Jira insights. Everyone in an organization can get end-to-end visibility of Jira projects.

Basically,the Project Summary UI under dashboard will have below information.

  • Data based on project status

  • Estimation Trend

  • Epic-wise data

  • Pipeline-wise data

Data based on project status

Status donut chart shows all the status on the selected project and count of number of issues for each status. It contains all issue information including epic.

  • We have a filter by option where data can be filtered based on issue types like task, bug, epic, or story.


Estimation trend

The estimation percentage of a project is shown based on the statuses configured in the pipelines.

  • Based on the duration selected, estimation information can be viewed in a line graph.

  • Team productivity based on the projects can be tracked with estimation trends.


Epic-wise data

Jira projects are grouped by epics and show information like issue count based on issue type, commit total, epic estimation, and status information.

  • Clicking on the epic name will list all issues below with type, status, and commit information.

  • Clicking on the issue count of each type like task, story; the bug will list information about specific types of the issues. If any issue is created without epic, those issues will be listed under Orphan epic.


    On clicking commit count, the commit dialog box will be opened which contains commit information like commitId, committer, committed date, and time.

On the left corner of each commit row, we have one icon which will open the pipeline view screen for its particular commit. Here we can check the pipeline workflow of the commit.

Pipeline-wise data

The pipeline-wise table will have all the Jira project configured pipelines.

  • If we push a commit for a particular pipeline with the issue key in the description, the commit will be listed in the pipeline table commits.

  • If a commit does not have an issue key in the commit description, those commits are listed under orphaned commits. Status for all commits is Jira and hence displayed.

  • Clicking on an icon before the pipeline name will open the Pipelines screen for that particular pipeline where we can track the number of commits pushed and their relevant information.

  • Clicking on the numbers below each step helps to view the information about all the commits in that step. This will help us to identify the problems and track the commits information. Also, a log summary is available for failed commits.


    In the Pipeline-wise table, we have a commit column that contains commits count.

  • On clicking on that count, we can see commit information in a dialog. On the left corner of each row, we have a plus icon to view issue information that is linked to a specific commit.

  • On the right corner, there is an icon to open the pipeline view screen for its particular commit.