QA teams across the globe use a wide variety SDLC tools for managing their requirements, defects, automated testing and reporting. To help QA managers leverage their existing tool investments, QMetry provides a ‘Convergence Platform’ for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). With its centralized test assets repository and extensible web API’s, QMetry ensures a one tool experience to end users and seamlessly integrates with a large range of SDLC tools.


QMetry comes with an out of the box integration with one of the most popular defect tracking tools: JIRA. JIRA Plug-in, bundled with QMetry provides a seamless bi-directional integration enabling one tool experience for the end users. The unique bi-Directional integration allows users to work form either tool, while it communicates and relays the information back and forth behind the scenes. Users can create, search, update, and view defects reports from either interface. Information such as JIRA user stories/issues can be mapped to the Requirements Module in QMetry making the import seamless. Creating defects is a simple one click step while customized fields allow organizations to leverage the strengths of both tools in one simplified process. Additionally, QMetry’s JIRA plug-in enables certain tasks for QMetry to be completed within JIRA, for example creating test cases directly from a JIRA issue or associating a defect to an existing test case for QMetry.


Salient Features

  • Create a New QMetry test case from a JIRA Issue
  • Create a new JIRA Issue from QMetry test case/requirement
  • Link an existing JIRA Issue to an existing QMetry test case/requirement
  • Add custom JIRA fields in QMetry
  • Update JIRA Issue from QMetry
    • Update the Issue status
    • Add attachments
    • Add comments
  • Search for JIRA issues from QMetry and link test cases and requirements
  • Advanced reports

You can get a free demo of the this integration at or by writing to sales at qmetry dot com