Insight for Jira Cloud is a full-fledged product, but it also has a number of notable differences from Insight for Server/Data Center. Let's walk through the features that are in the product and what's upcoming.
Objects and object modeling
Use object schemas to organize the structure of your object types, objects, and attributes. Use inheritance to share attributes with child object types.
Create an object schema from a template that contains a pre-created object schema, object types, and objects.
Use object types to manage how information is managed using different attributes and references.
Use objects to store information of any kind.
Use roles to manage permissions for different Jira users and groups.
Use attributes to manage what kind of information is stored within each object.
Use references to manage how objects are related to one another.
Data and data modeling
Integrate between Insight and Atlassian Jira.
Import data from other systems into Insight, or synchronize information between Insight and another system.
Export data from Insight as a backup, or to be used in other systems.
Reporting, viewing, and searching
Use the object graph to view the relationship and hierarchy between different objects and object types.
Search for objects using their name or attributes.
Bulk edit objects
Make changes to a large number of objects at once.
View your Insight information in myriad different ways.
Use an Insight widget to view Insight information within a Jira Dashboard or on a Confluence page.
Print QR Codes
Generate printable QR codes for each object in Insight.
Generate printable, customizable label templates for each object in Insight.
Use post-functions to automate tasks automatically when a particular transition in a workflow is triggered.
Only one Insight post-function is currently supported in Cloud: "Set the value of an object attribute with a predefined value".
Create rules that automate simple tasks in Insight. Rules are automatically triggered upon certain events.