Prismatic Integrations


Experience the future of seamless integration with Plutora’s Prismatic service. Say goodbye to complex logins and fragmented data – Prismatic effortlessly connects Plutora with third-party services, streamlining your workflow. Embrace a new era of efficiency where data syncs seamlessly and productivity soars.

With Plutora’s new integrations layer powered by Prismatic, the complexities of connecting different platforms are a thing of the past. The simplicity of setup, the absence of third-party logins, the user-friendly logs interface, and configurable alerts monitoring redefine how integrations are approached.

Plutora’s commitment to enhancing its integrations doesn’t stop here. The roadmap includes upcoming integrations with ServiceNow and other services. This expanding ecosystem will continue to simplify your workflow by bringing diverse functionalities under one roof.


You must have the Access Integrations user permission.

Settings > Integrations

Access ‘Prismatic Integrations’ Feature

To access the Prismatic Integrations feature, navigate to the Settings menu and click Integrations menu item.

Plutora Integrations page displays. Follow the below steps to configure your integrations.

Create New Integration

Top right corner displays setting All with all active and available for use integrations, while the Activated setting returns already configured integrations.
Select All option and click on one of the displayed integration cards to set up a new integration. In the open integration window click Configure button – Configuration Wizard will open.

Jira Issue to Plutora Change

 Pull Jira Issues and store them as Plutora Changes. This is a webhook-based integration.

Jira Version to Plutora Release

 Pull Jira Versions and store them as Plutora Project or Independent Releases. This is a webhook-based integration.

Plutora Release to Jira Version

 Push Plutora Releases and store them as Jira Versions. This is a schedule-based integration.

Configuration Wizard

Initial Configuration tab

Review your predefined integration name, version, description and other summary information.

When you configure a webhook-based integration, e.g. with Jira Version or Jira Issue, you will need to copy the webhook URL from the Trigger details section and add it to your Jira Webhook settings.

Authentication tab

Set up your authentication details for Plutora and for the service that the integration is being configured for.

Enable Initial Sync

If you are editing a new integration configuration, you can choose to do the initial synchronization of the data. Enable the ‘Enable Initial Sync’ setting and choose the synchronization start date.

 Sync Start Date cannot be earlier than one year from today.

Project Mapping

Set up your Projects mapping. This setting covers Plutora Portfolio Association mapping with relevant field from the service being integrated with.

Status Mapping

Set up your Status mapping. This setting covers Plutora entity Status mapping with relevant field from the service being integrated with.

Jira Issue Types

Set up your Jira Issue Types mapping. This setting applies only to integration with Jira Issues. It covers mappings for Jira Issue Types that you want to configure your Plutora integration with.

Fields Mapping

Set up your fields mapping. Configure what fields should be mapped between Plutora entity and entity from the service you configure integration with. Content of this tab is specific to the integration you select.

Integration Details

Once you configured your integration, you can open it and view its details on the tabs Summary, Test, Executions, Monitors, and Logs.

Summary tab

Summary tab displays general information about your integration such as name, description, version, labels, and trigger details. You can Reconfigure your integration from this tab – use the Reconfigure button at the top right corner. Button View Configuration lets you review the configuration details without editing.

Test tab

The Test tab can be used for a test API request being sent.

Executions tab

The Executions tab displays recent integration executions with information about successful or failed ones with the errors details.

Monitors tab

The system has built-in alert monitoring that you can set up for any integration. This allows you to receive an alert when an instance runs into an issue.

Logs tab

This page provides access to logs of all instance invocations and tests.

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