Why switch to JIRA Software?
JIRA Software vs. Bugzilla
JIRA Software is built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software.
|Scrum and kanban boards||Yes||No|
|Customizable workflow designer||Yes||Yes|
|Drag and drop issue prioritization||Yes||No|
|Dashboard with customizable gadgets||Yes||No|
|Agile planning and reporting||Yes||No|
|Real-time release tracking||Yes||No|
|Marketplace with 1,000+ add-ons||Yes||No|
|Runs on cloud and server||Yes||Yes|
|Data center deployment |
Top reasons to go JIRA Software
Full agile support
Out-of-the-box scrum and kanban functionality allow you to easily scale agile practices across your software team and deliver value to end users faster than ever before.
Industry leading workflow engine
Don't let your issue tracking software dictate your team's process. With JIRA Software's flexible workflow engine you can easily build the perfect process that fits the way your team works.
Powerful search and reporting
Use JIRA's Query Language (JQL) to create a personalized view of JIRA Software. Build dashboards that track project status, house custom reports, and monitor team progress.
Deep developer tool integrations
Get more from JIRA Software with flexible REST and Java APIs – plus over 950 plugins and add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace – that connect with the applications and tools you use every day.
Importing from Bugzilla is easy
Importing Bugzilla issues into JIRA Software is easier than ever. Watch our video and follow these simple steps to migrate today:
Access the Bugzilla importer in JIRA Software
Select the CSV file you exported from Bugzilla
Map Bugzilla fields to JIRA fields
Run the importer
"With Bugzilla, it looked like we had to deal with too much configuration upfront. JIRA Software had almost all of the workflows, categories and configuration in place; we had to do very little to get it up and running. We also needed an issue management system that was aware of agile workflows, like JIRA Software. This was another reason we didn't select Bugzilla."
Scott Peterson, Senior Systems Analyst