Visualize with AWS

Visualization as code – maintain and render declarative charts and diagrams alongside your Jira issues and Confluence content:

Integrations

Visualize with AWS allows you to visualize any kind of data in Jira and Confluence – currently supported integrations are:

  • Jira issue panel – enrich your user stories with architecture diagrams
  • Confluence macro – enrich your documentation with data visualizations

Visualization languages

The app provides a growing variety of declarative chart and diagram rendering engines – currently supported visualization languages are:

Visualization sources

Diagrams can be provided and edited inline, or referenced via URL for more complex or dynamically updating charts and diagrams – currently supported visualization sources are:

  • Entity properties – store your definitions inline within issue and macro properties
  • Remote URL – fetch your definitions from a public remote URL, for example a GitHub repository or Gist, a Bitbucket repository or Snippet, or an Amazon S3 bucket

Data sources

Data can be provided and edited inline, or referenced via URL for more complex or dynamically updating charts and diagrams – currently supported visualization sources are:

  • Visualization source – embed data inline within the definition, or fetch it from a public remote URL when the language supports, for example Vega and Vega-Lite
Visualize with AWS on the Atlassian Marketplace

Learn more and try it for free in:
Jira | Confluence