Jira is a great centralized tool for just about everything, from local team management to keeping track of products and work logs. It is easy to implement and navigate, and it is stable and scalable.
Microsoft Azure DevOps is a “one-stop-solution for DevOps.” Their tech support is very good, both from Microsoft and on the cloud side. The interface could be a little more user-friendly, though.
Jira integrates well with third-party tools such as Salesforce, Bitbucket, and Slack. On the other hand, I found that Azure has not yet advanced to the performance level of its major competitors and is missing integration with some important technologies.
One thing Jira is missing is the ability to allow for layered admin rights.
I would prefer if Azure had better integration with Office 365. It is also lacking security features or the ability to integrate with other security tools.
Jira is both more user-friendly and integrates better with third-party tools than Azure, but I prefer the flexibility and structure of Azure DevOps
I work as the Principal Solutions Architect at a Tech Services Company.
Currently, I'm looking for a test management tool that integrates well with Jira (~50 users) and I'm considering Micro Focus ALM Quality Center and TestRail.
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Hi community members,
Azure DevOps generates a wiki report after executing pipelines for automation testing.
I need to simultaneously push and execute test cases in HP ALM. Each test case should have a unique ID and be dynamically updated as soon as the pipeline is executed.
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