Amazon S3 Connector for Jira



Description

The Amazon S3 Connector for Jira is a powerful app that turns your Jira instance into an unlimited file storage system. Combining a simple and intuitive UI with the power of AWS S3 Buckets allows you to share content across multiple teams, securely and at scale.

To get started create an S3 Bucket, get an IAM access key, and add these details to the connector.

Use the standard issue "Link" feature under the "More " dropdown and select "Amazon S3 Link"

Features:

  • Upload and link files directly from a Jira issue
  • Quickly add multiple buckets
  • Restrict access to specific users, groups and Projects for each Bucket
  • Create new folders to easily manage multiple files and projects
  • Rename files and folders with a single button

If you're looking to connect your Confluence instance with an AWS S3 Bucket try our Amazon S3 Connector for Confluence app!

Get Started


Available platforms

Jira PlatformAvailabilityCompatible Version
Cloud(error)Coming soon!
Server(tick)8.0.0 - 8.17.0
Data Center(tick)

8.0.0 - 8.17.0

Pricing

 Server Pricing


Team SizeAnnual Price
10$10
25$120
50$220
100$400
250$800
500$1,200
2000$1,600
10000$2,000
10000+$2,400

 Data Center Pricing


Team SizeAnnual Price
50$250
100$500
250$750
500$1,000
750$1,250
1000$1,500
2000$2,000
3000$2,500
4000$3,000
5000$3,500
6000$4,000
7000$4,500
8000$5,000
9000$5,500
10000$6,000
11000$6,500
12000$7,000
13000$7,500
14000$8,000
15000$8,500
20000$9,000
25000$9,500
30000$10,000
35000$11,000
40000$12,000
45000$13,000
50000$14,000
Unlimited$15,000



Get Amazon S3 Connector for Jira

Start your 30-day free trial of Amazon S3 Connector for Jira from the Atlassian Marketplace or directly on your Confluence instance by going to "Find new apps". Only Administrators can install apps on Confluence.
 Install on Server or Data Center

Install directly on your Jira Server instance:

  1. On your Jira Server instance click the cog icon on the top menu bar



  2. Select Manage apps on the dropdown menu that appears



  3. Click on Find new apps



  4. On the marketplace, search for the app and click Free trial or Buy now to start your 30-day free trial



User's Guide

Amazon S3 Connector for Jira user guide:

Adding a new Bucket

The administration section gives you the ability to manage your Amazon S3 Buckets.

To create a new Bucket association, click on "+ Add Bucket"


Fill in all required fields to successfully add a new bucket


LabelA custom label that will be used in the macro to hide the real S3 Bucket name
S3 Bucket Name

The name of your S3 Bucket exactly as it is displayed in AWS (Buckets can be created using the AWS Console)

Access Key

The access key of the IAM user who has access to specified S3 Bucket (Created through IAM on the AWS Console)

Secret Key

The secret key of the IAM user who has access to specified S3 Bucket (Created through IAM on the AWS Console)


Note: To start a bucket in a subdirectory simply add the path to the bucket name

E.g. BucketName/SubDirectory 


To test your Bucket credentials click on the button “Test & Add” and you will be informed of any errors


Bucket Permissions

Once a bucket has been created the permission manager will appear where you can select which users, groups and Projects can access the Bucket

If you do not set any permissions after creating a bucket, no one will be able to view, edit or delete objects



Add users and groups to the Bucket permissions to grant them the desired level of access


ViewView all bucket files 
CreateUpload files and create new folders
RenameRename existing files and folders
DeleteDelete files and folders


Restrict Bucket access to only allow it to be viewed in selected Projects - Leave empty to allow all Projects to access this bucket


Editing and Deleting a Bucket

Existing Buckets can be edited and deleted from the main Bucket list on the Amazon S3 Settings menu




Linking Issues

Use the standard issue "Link" feature under the "More ▾" dropdown and select "Amazon S3 Link"


Select a file to link, add link text (optional) and click "link"


Amazon S3 Links are displayed under the "Issue Links" pannel






Get Help and Support

If you'd like to ask us a question about this app please raise a ticket in our support portal or send an email to support@oldstreetsolutions.com

Please let us know if you find a bug with our apps so we can fix them as soon as possible!

Our support team is here to help (smile)





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