After a couple of months in Beta, today Jira Studio launches into production!

Jira Studio integrates Jira, Confluence, Fisheye, Crucible & Crowd, and then adds in Subversion, Streams, the Jira Studio toolbar, and makes them all available as a hosted, on-demand service available for just US$50 per user, per month. There is nothing to install and nothing to maintain. Using Jira Studio you can track your issues and tasks, control and view your code repository, collaborate with your team, and manage your code reviews all from a single URL.

A Closer Look at Jira Studio

Much of Jira Studio will be familiar to users of our products. But there are unique features in Jira Studio, too.

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Streams keeps you in touch with your team, showing you who’s up to what, and when. Streams brings together updates from the Wiki, Issues, source commits and code reviews, and displays them in a single time line. Tim Moore, one of the developers of Streams, described it in great detail on our developer blog.

Tool bar

Jira Studio acts and feels like a single, integrated system, capable of managing multiple projects. The Project Toolbar, available on every Jira Studio page, lets you switch between your projects with only a couple of clicks.

Up and running in 24 hours or less

Purchase Jira Studio, and within one business day you’ll get an email with the URL of your own private, secure Jira Studio instance. We do all the heavy lifting for you. No installation, no configuration. Just you, a URL, and your code.

Learn More

If you’d like to take Jira Studio out for a test drive, head over to our demo instance and have a look. Or head over to the new Jira Studio Homepage to see the feature tour, read the FAQ on purchasing, and more.

And when you’re ready to buy, the purchase page is waiting for you.

Launching Jira Studio