SwarmOS

SwarmOS

SwarmOS

SwarmOS

For the first product to be released under the SwarmOS brand, I was responsible for the design and front-end development of the Analyzer, a network visualization interface that can be used to manage large-scale projects and identify critical paths and connections.

SwarmOS is a suite of web-based tools to inspect and analyze projects hosted on JIRA, the world’s most popular project management and bug-tracking software. These tools are implemented as extensions to JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace, a kind of app store of JIRA’s manufacturer.

For the first product to be released under the SwarmOS brand, I was responsible for the design and front-end development of the Analyzer, a network visualization interface that can be used to manage large-scale projects and identify critical paths and connections.

SwarmOS is a suite of web-based tools to inspect and analyze projects hosted on JIRA, the world’s most popular project management and bug-tracking software. These tools are implemented as extensions to JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace, a kind of app store of JIRA’s manufacturer.

For the first product to be released under the SwarmOS brand, I was responsible for the design and front-end development of the Analyzer, a network visualization interface that can be used to manage large-scale projects and identify critical paths and connections.

SwarmOS is a suite of web-based tools to inspect and analyze projects hosted on JIRA, the world’s most popular project management and bug-tracking software. These tools are implemented as extensions to JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace, a kind of app store of JIRA’s manufacturer.

Cockpit
Cockpit

The SwarmOS Analyzer is a network representation of one or more JIRA projects including all its resources, issues and connections. It allows for a bird’s-eye view at a project, and helps to assess the current project situation and development trends. This way, critical paths become easier to spot and potential roadblocks can be tackled before they escalate into problems.

The SwarmOS Analyzer is a network representation of one or more JIRA projects including all its resources, issues and connections. It allows for a bird’s-eye view at a project, and helps to assess the current project situation and development trends. This way, critical paths become easier to spot and potential roadblocks can be tackled before they escalate into problems.

The SwarmOS Analyzer is a network representation of one or more JIRA projects including all its resources, issues and connections. It allows for a bird’s-eye view at a project, and helps to assess the current project situation and development trends. This way, critical paths become easier to spot and potential roadblocks can be tackled before they escalate into problems.

Network Analyzer

The network is displayed as a graph in a force-directed layout. Nodes represent JIRA issues (such as tasks, epics, milestones, bugs etc.) as well as team members these issues are assigned to or created by. Links between nodes represent either relations between persons and issues (a person created/reported an issue or has an issue assigned), or relationships between issues, such as issues depending on blocking each other, being sub tasks, duplicates and so on.

The graph can be filtered by a variety of node and link attributes as well as so-called business queries. This way it is possible to gain detailed insight into topics such as overloaded team members or critical chains of issues blocking each other.

The network is displayed as a graph in a force-directed layout. Nodes represent JIRA issues (such as tasks, epics, milestones, bugs etc.) as well as team members these issues are assigned to or created by. Links between nodes represent either relations between persons and issues (a person created/reported an issue or has an issue assigned), or relationships between issues, such as issues depending on blocking each other, being sub tasks, duplicates and so on.

The graph can be filtered by a variety of node and link attributes as well as so-called business queries. This way it is possible to gain detailed insight into topics such as overloaded team members or critical chains of issues blocking each other.

The network is displayed as a graph in a force-directed layout. Nodes represent JIRA issues (such as tasks, epics, milestones, bugs etc.) as well as team members these issues are assigned to or created by. Links between nodes represent either relations between persons and issues (a person created/reported an issue or has an issue assigned), or relationships between issues, such as issues depending on blocking each other, being sub tasks, duplicates and so on.

The graph can be filtered by a variety of node and link attributes as well as so-called business queries. This way it is possible to gain detailed insight into topics such as overloaded team members or critical chains of issues blocking each other.

Network Analyzer

The SwarmOS Analyzer was published on the Atlassian Marketplace during the Annual Atlassian Summit in September 2017. It will be followed by a series of additional apps that help project managers and executives to maintain a high-level perspective on large-scale projects and actively support their decision making.

The SwarmOS Analyzer was published on the Atlassian Marketplace during the Annual Atlassian Summit in September 2017. It will be followed by a series of additional apps that help project managers and executives to maintain a high-level perspective on large-scale projects and actively support their decision making.

The SwarmOS Analyzer was published on the Atlassian Marketplace during the Annual Atlassian Summit in September 2017. It will be followed by a series of additional apps that help project managers and executives to maintain a high-level perspective on large-scale projects and actively support their decision making.

Link
SwarmOS Analyzer

Year
2017

Role
Network Analyzer
Design and Development

Link
SwarmOS Analyzer

Year
2017

Role
Network Analyzer
Design and Development

Link
SwarmOS Analyzer

Year
2017

Role
Network Analyzer
Design and Development

Team
Maik Joosten – Frontend Development
Miguel Pawlowski – UX & Visual Design 
Pascal Mijic – Design Lead
Stefan Georg – Development Lead

Team
Maik Joosten – Frontend Development
Miguel Pawlowski – UX & Visual Design 
Pascal Mijic – Design Lead
Stefan Georg – Development Lead

Team
Maik Joosten – Frontend Development
Miguel Pawlowski – UX & Visual Design 
Pascal Mijic – Design Lead
Stefan Georg – Development Lead

© 2008 – 2017 Christian Behrens. All Rights Reserved.

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© 2008 – 2017 Christian Behrens. All Rights Reserved.

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© 2008 – 2017 Christian Behrens. All Rights Reserved.

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© 2008 – 2017 Christian Behrens. All Rights Reserved.

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