Cloud Native Synchronizer
This part of the documentation relates to Cloud Native Synchronizer.
If you use Jira Server and Azure DevOps Server / TFS go to Data Policy for On premises Synchronizer
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Google Cloud Platform
Cloud SQL stores data provided during the installation handshake. Stored keys authenticate us to clients' Jira instances. We store
- A key that identifies Jira instance.
- Shared secrets for communication with Jira.
Cloud SQL also stores configuration data for synchronization profiles:
- Urls to Jira and Azure DevOps
- Username and personal access token for synchronizer user, encrypted using Cloud Key Management
- Value mappings
- Issue type mappings, States and Statuses mappings, etc.
Personally identifiable information and user generated content in Cloud SQL
One of the strategies to synchronize fields between Jira and Azure is to create a value mapping.
A value mapping, is, essentially, a dictionary that maps specific field values in one system to specific field values in another system.
Value mappings are configured by the user and are stored as a part of the synchronization profile in the Cloud SQL database, separately for each customer.
Synchronizer will not prevent the user from putting PII and UGC into value mappings.
This is essential to achieve useful and meaningful mappings for fields like Assignee / Assigned To (that contains users), components, area path, etc.
Datastore stores operational data, that is generated once a synchronization profile is enabled:
- Pairs of Jira ids and Azure DevOps ids for
- Issues / work items
- Customer - facing errors that occurred during synchronization
- High-level aggregated data for initial synchronizations, like date started and number of items processed
Google Cloud's operations suite
We store application and platform logs to troubleshoot and analyze incidents.
Logs might contain:
- Jira client key
- Jira issue ids or Azure DevOps work item ids
- user ids
- internal application messages
Retention period is 30 days.
Personally identifiable information and user generated content in logs
Synchronizer does not add any UGC to logs during normal operation, however, we reserve the right to log such data when errors occur and to temporarily extend logging with such data when it is necessary to troubleshoot an incident.
Please note that external systems, including Jira and Azure can unintentionally return data, containing PII or UGC, as a part of an error message.
In such cases, Synchronizer will log this data "as is", without making any attempt to discover or remove sensitive data.
These logs will be retained for 30 days.
For a better understanding of our clients, we collect various statistics. These statistics tell us how we should develop our product to make our clients happy.
What is collected
The following table is intended to give you a complete understanding of the policy that we use to collect analytics data.
This table is not intended to list all the possible events collected by the add-on. It is however intended to list all rules and exceptions from those rules so that you are able to assess whether something can be collected or not.
Operational metrics are not anonymized and are correlated with the customer's tenant key in Jira.
This is required for operational purposes, so that we can identify and attribute a portion of cloud hosting and processing costs to a specific customer.
These metrics do not contain any personally identifiable information, nor any user generated content.
We track the usage of certain features in Jira plugin page, as well as in Synchronizer user interface. For example:
These events do not contain any personally identifiable information, but may contain user-generated content.
This data is used to gain insights into user needs and improve application experience.
Cloud storage stores backups of data held in Datastore and Cloud SQL.
Retention period is 7 days.
Amazon Web Services
Simple Storage Service (S3)
S3 stores backups of data stored in Google Cloud storage.
Retention period is 30 days.
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