DevOps engineers need a way to carefully apply their changes to production. They also need to review those changes with other stakeholders, mentor fellow colleagues, and of course remember what they did six months ago. Tools & Process DevOps people, sysadmins and build engineers can use Agile project management practices like Kanban through the GreenHopper Rapid Board with JIRA, leverage development source control, change review tools like Crucible, and document change through Confluence.

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One of the huge features recently introduced in FishEye 2.7 is Git repository management. When the FishEye team thought of this feature our goals were two-fold: Allow enterprises to get or migrate to Git repositories behind their firewall Make it simple to configure repositories permissions for teams Git is a powerful tool for teams moving to distributed version control - but it is more powerful when you have the right workflow on top of it. Let's walk through a concrete way of setting

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After two early access previews (EAP's) we've been working hard to incorporate your feedback into FishEye 2.7 and Crucible 2.7 - available for download today! FishEye and Crucible deliver a number of new features including a new way to manage your Git Repositories, commits that perform automatic actions in JIRA & Crucible and time-saving improvements to your code review workflows. What's New in 1. Easy Git Repository Management Administrators can create and manage Git Repositories

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(Case Study) Issue Tracking with Zend, the PHP Company

Founded: 1999 HQ: Cupertino, CA Employees: 115 Products: JIRA, GreenHopper, FishEye Zend is 'the PHP Company.' It says it right there on their homepage; in fact, it's a part of their logo. I can't think of any other time where I had the opportunity to talk with anyone else that said they were the anything. Zend sprouted and has grown out of the development of PHP. You can't get far in reading about one before crossing the other. With such a rich past, I was excited to

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HAMS is Atlassian's order processing system; if you've ever bought an Atlassian product it's HAMS that's been doing the work in the back-end. HAMS has served us well, but is over 3 years old now and starting to show some wear, so we've set aside August this year to attack some of the technical debt and upgrade the core engine. In a series of blog posts we'll be describing some of the technologies and trade-offs in a financial-processing system. The parable of the Merchant and the Customer... And

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FishEye and Crucible 2.7 Early Access Now Available

FishEye and Crucible 2.7 EAP is now available for download. The past month has been dedicated to dogfooding this release of FishEye and Crucible internally and with current users. After receiving a lot of feedback, we are ready for more! See the upcoming features in the products and provide feedback to help shape these features. What's New? Create and Manage Git Repositories Host your code behind a firewall with the new Git repository management feature in FishEye. Manage Git repositories Set

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