We’re just recovering from Atlassian Summit, which was held through the greater part of last week. If you weren’t there in person, well, you missed out on a lot! Let’s recap everything that was announced:
Everyone knows DevOps is a culture that focuses on cross-functional collaboration in software development. In reality, most companies, no matter the industry, are not benefitting from DevOps practice. That’s because siloed systems and broken lines of communication still exist in the process, and teams are constantly struggling to collaborate on efforts while practicing agile methodologies for planning and development.
Come to Atlassian Summit 2016 to see how easy it can be to integrate JIRA, Bitbucket, and Confluence with major ALM tools
Organizations often use a variety of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), quality control, and other development tools. Atlassian's JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, and suite of products help to make management and scheduling more effective. Organizations need an easy way to integrate all their tools into a single, smoothly functioning system. Go2Group, Platinum and Enterprise level Atlassian Experts, will demonstrate ConnectALL, the company's ALM Router, at Atlassian Summit 2016 (San Jose, CA, October 10-13).
With Confluence 6.0 just around the corner, Atlassian has just released their first public milestone for Confluence 6.0.
Collaborative editing in Confluence has brought the tool to the heights of Google Docs.
Our first Atlassian Software event this year was held on July 21, at the Club Auto Sport in San Jose, California. We had an overwhelming response of 130+ Atlassian enthusiasts who registered for the event. Most of them made it, but for those who couldn't attend, this blog will fill you in and make you feel as if you had.
For Bamboo users who have asked for full control over deployment environments, agents, and configuration – your requests have been answered. The 5.13 release of Bamboo delivers the features most requested by Bamboo users.
The latest update to Bitbucket Server and Bitbucket Data Center, Version 4.9, enables teams to implement new strategies for working with source code.
Customer experience and agent productivity have been significantly improved in the release of JIRA Service Desk 3.2 for servers. This new version provides many of the most frequently requested JIRA Service Desk enhancements.
Atlassian’s new version 7.2 release of JIRA software provides the four capabilities most requested by users. The new release enhances the functionality and features in JIRA. The new features were added in response to feedback and suggestions from JIRA users.