Feature matrix of Git Integration for Jira Cloud

See also Feature Comparison for information on features and differences between Git Integration for Server/Data Center versus Git Integration for Jira Cloud.

The Git Integration for Jira Cloud app offers a variety of integration options and features. The below matrix explains which features are offered when using a specific type of integration. For any questions, contact BigBrassBand Support.


Git service integrations

[Classic full feature integrations]

Single git repository integrations

[Limited feature connect]

Webhook indexing integrations

[Limited feature connect]

Works with git servers behind firewall

View commits, branches, pull/merge requests in Jira

Commits and branches

Pull/merge requests

Pull / Merge Request Reviewers and Approvals Shown in Jira

Pull/merge requests


Azure DevOps, VSTS, TFS


View git tags in Jira

coming soon

Support for Automation for Jira + Smart Commits

Repository Browser

Create branches and pull requests in Jira

Support for large # of commits in git pushes






Max of 20 commits per push

Azure DevOps, VSTS, TFS

Max of 25 commits per push

AWS CodeCommit

coming soon


coming soon


coming soon

Indexing full repository history

View source code in Jira

Easily connect many repositories

Each repository must be configured by a Jira administrator

Webhook indexing can be configured at organization / server / group level.


HTTPS, HTTP, OAuth (GitHub.com, Azure DevOps and VSTS)


Secret protected URL

Connect any git repository

Classic integrations currently include: GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, AWS CodeCommit, Azure DevOps, VSTS, TFS and Gerrit.

Webhook indexing currently supports: GitHub, GitLab, Azure DevOps, VSTS, and TFS.

Indexing triggers

Indexing triggers are not necessary.


For more information about the different types of integrations:

Classic Indexing Explainer

Webhook Indexing Explainer

Setting up integrations


If you have questions or need additional support - contact BigBrassBand Support.