Test Environment Manager (TEM) for Jira

Structure data of your environments

Manage your environments configuration in a structured way, using standard and custom properties (ex : url, hostname, OS, owner, provider,…). Share this information with other Jira users. Use different environment custom field (ex : “detected in environment”, “reproduced in environment”,…) when creating or editing an bug.

Subscribe to
environment events

Subscribe/unsubscribe to environments to receive notification when specific events or configuration changes happen.

Automate, integrate and support DevOps

Use REST API and WebHooks to share environment configuration or status changes with external tools like Bamboo, Jenkins, CMDB’s, monitoring platforms, custom deployment scripts…

Book environments

Plan deployments and activities needed for your releases on a visual timeline. Organise your events into colored calendars with drag and drop. Book full groups of environments to plan your release or project phases.

Monitor activities

Monitor your deployments and status change in real time. Detect and measure mismatches between the planning and the reality.

Report progress

Gather statistics and build dashboards for Jira and Confluence. Export planned and logged events to .csv or .ics formats. Visualise environment calendars in outlook, gmail, notes, icalendar, Confluence Team Calendar,…

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  • Overview

    Environment Manager lets you update and share very easily the status and the deployed version of your various environments in Jira. Read more

  • Basic setup

    Access to the add-ons administration panel in order to configure your applications and your environments with their categories and statuses. Read more

  • Deployments & availability

    Visualize the deployment history, update the status and the deployed version manually or using the REST API. Read more

  • Custom fields, JQL filters & dashboards

    Using Environment Custom Fields is an alternative to the free text Environment field that is provided by default by Jira. Read more

  • Book and plan environments

    Environments are often limited resources. If you cannot generate them on-the-fly, you need a way to plan your activities to avoid conflicts of utilization.. Read more

  • Agile Board environment panel

    Your teams are using Agile Boards? They will discover the new environment panel that will boost their productivity. Read more

  • Project configuration

    It is possible to change the default Application Scheme created during installation of the add-on. Read more

  • Advanced JQL functions

    JQL is a powerful query language to perform search in Jira, and Test Environment Manager is leveraging it. Read more

  • Security and permissions management

    Our product allows you to configure fine grained permissions to view and manage your environments. Read more

  • Environment properties

    Depending on your requirements, you may need to add more information than the standard field available to describe your environments. Read more

  • Watch environments

    Each user can individually subscribe to one or many environments in order to be notified of every status change, new version deployed, etc. Read more


    Thanks to the REST API integration, you can interface any application for updating your test environments information. Read more

  • Environment WebHooks

    Jira webhooks can be used in order to notify any web application when Environment events occur in Jira. Read more

  • Integration with other tools

    Example of integration with Jenkins, with an automatic notification to users when a new version is deployed to a specific environment Read more