Learn the differences between project and system administration.
- [Instructor] Now, you may already be feeling…overwhelmed and a bit scared know that the entire…instance of JIRA will be under your control.…Well, don't panic just yet.…The job of JIRA administration should never fall…on one individual's shoulders.…Because this limits your company's project management…success to a single point of failure.…You should always have at least two system administrators…in addition to a least one project administrator…per project.…Yes, that's correct.…In JIRA there are two types of administrators;…project administrators and system administrators.…
As a system administrator, you'll contribute…by adding users to the system…and creating and controlling new elements…such as workflows and screens that can…be tied to individual projects.…You'll also have access to the elements…within these projects,…and can customize workflows, permissions, roles,…and look and feel of those individual projects.…The job of system administrator primarily takes place…within the administration panel.…Which he can navigate by selecting this icon…
- User management
- System administration
- Project administration
- Creating new issue types
- Creating new issue type schemes
- Roles and groups
- Adjusting notifications
Skill Level Intermediate
Atlassian JIRA: Installing and Administeringwith Sandra Toner2h 58m Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure Automationwith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Overview of JIRA Admininstration
2. Creating a Project
3. Issue Types
5. Users, Roles, and Groups
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