Jira and Confluence run on a web server, which also means they create access logs. Angelfish will process these logs and show you how your on-premises Jira and Confluence installations are being used.
Angelfish also provides the following benefits:
Angelfish is secure, on-premises web analytics software – you install and manage it in your own environment, and data is kept within the confines of your network. Many of the legal and data privacy restrictions associated with SaaS analytics solutions don’t apply to Angelfish!
When employees (or customers) login to Jira or Confluence, you can track them by username and see which articles or issues they view. This feature also allows you to track unique visitors across multiple devices.
No Tagging Required
Track Document Access
Angelfish shows you a list of every opened document (PDF, Excel, Word, etc.) and page on your website. And if the username is available, Angelfish shows you who accessed each document or page.
Mobile Device Reporting
Are visitors using mobile devices to access Jira? Angelfish categorizes all visits as Mobile/Tablet or Desktop, with drilldown to browsers, platforms, usernames, and all other segments.
Full Visitor Details
See IP addresses, usernames, full visit clickpaths, and personally identifiable information directly in your reports. Angelfish doesn’t have the same data privacy restrictions as SaaS applications because it keeps your data within the confines of your network.
Track Any Website
Angelfish can do a lot more than provide web analytics for your Atlassian apps. Angelfish creates detailed usage reports for anything that runs on a web server and creates an access log, like Intranet sites, web applications, public websites, SharePoint, financial and/or HR portals, CDNs, CRMs, and more. See more examples on our Solutions Page.
Web access logs contain a bunch of great information, like Broken Links. Angelfish tells you if the link is external or on your site, the referring page, the error page, and more.
The API is a core component of Angelfish and provides full access to the underlying data structure. With the API, you can automatically export data from Angelfish into external applications like CRM software, customer portals, reporting dashboards, or hosting control panels.
We Use Jira & Confluence
Internally we use the on-premises versions of Jira and Confluence, and we run Angelfish against the access logs. If you have any questions about implementing this solution, please ask us.
Please visit our Support Center for articles and videos that explain how Angelfish works. We recommend reading the “Administrator Essentials” article: