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TeamCity Integration for JIRA Cloud uses Google Analytics engine to collect user interactions with the add-on on all JIRA Cloud instances. Additional data is not tracked.
Besides tracking events with Google Analytics, the add-on aggregates build data from TeamCity servers for showing this data in JIRA Cloud instances with the installed add-on
Information Aggregation and Usage
TeamCity Integration for JIRA Cloud add-on aggregates two types of data during its operation:
- TeamCity connection parameters
- TeamCity build data
TeamCity Connection Parameters
The add-on collects and stores connection parameters that include address of TeamCity, and credentials of the user account used to fetch build data. The password of the user account is stored in the encrypted format.
This data is used to preserve the stable and secure connection between JIRA Cloud and TeamCity servers.
TeamCity Build Data
The add-on collects and stores build data that is further displayed on the TeamCity tabs for projects and specific issues. The set of collected data includes the build number, build status, branch names, projects ID's, ID's of build types and ID's of build agents. For each build the add-on also stores the start date and time, duration of the build execution, number of changes in the build, person who added these changes, number of passed tests and their status, and the list of related issues in JIRA.
This data is used for quick output of the related build data when viewing a specific JIRA project or issue.
Why Do We Need This Data
Data for Google Analytics will be used to measure usage of the add-on and load on the server resources when users use the add-on on JIRA pages. This data will be secured from unauthorized access and third parties. Data will be primarily used for optimization procedures and quicker interface response.
Storing the build data allows our add-on to instantly fetch the required data and show it to the user per his request. This decrease the probability of any system failure, data corruption or long server response for the end user.
What Do We Track with Google Analytics
We track and collect only events of loading the add-on in the browser frame when generating JIRA pages. This piece of data cannot anyhow affect data or compromise your personal data.
All data about outputs of the add-on on JIRA pages are stored in Google Analytics on their servers. Third parties and services do not have access to the account storing this tracking information. Access to the Google Analytics account is available only to StiltSoft and will not be shared with anyone else.
TeamCity Integration for JIRA Cloud add-on uses the third party vendor and hosting partner, Amazon Web Services, to provide the necessary hardware, software, networking, storage, and related technology required to run the add-on and store all the related data, including TeamCity build data and connection parameters. Although StiltSoft company owns the code, databases, and all rights to the TeamCity Integration for JIRA Cloud add-on, you retain all rights to your data. StitlSoft company has access to data storages but can only use it in the emergency cases, such as data verification after the abrupt system failures or component malfunctions. In the rest of situations, StiltSoft company preserves this data encrypted so no third party or malefactor can access it and use it for their own purposes.
StiltSoft company will not disclose the collected data about add-on outputs/openings under any circumstances. Build data and TeamCity connection parameters are not shared with any third parties and are preserved in the dedicated storage, which only StiltSoft and you have access to. Your access to this data storage is performed through the add-on.