If your project in JIRA Software is your one-stop shop for everything JIRA-related, then your project space in Confluence is your go-to place for everything else: requirements, retrospectives, meeting notes, and more. Here are 3 ways to use the project space to surface what's most important to you.

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As the business and technology landscapes change, so does that of corporate IT support. I hear a lot of talk about consumerization, customer experience, and enterprise service management in the context of the evolution of the IT service management (ITSM) and the service desk, but rarely are they mentioned in the same breath. They should be. Let me explain.

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Having the right information available at the right time is key to sustaining the speed and efficiency of software development. And with the goal to improve software development for teams everywhere, we've released Bitbucket Server and Bitbucket Data Center 4.6 to help your teams release faster and more efficiently. This release addresses feature suggestions with over 500 votes on our public issue tracker. Here are some highlights: Code Search We announced code search back in April and we're

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In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the three underlying principles of DevOps created by entrepreneur and IT operations extraordinaire, Gene Kim. These principles describe the values and philosophies that frame the processes and practices from which all DevOps patterns are derived. We’ll also give you some helpful tips and show you a few add-ons from the Atlassian Marketplace to get the most out of these DevOps principles.

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This is a guest blog post by Holger Just from Plan.io, the creators of Planio for Bitbucket Cloud. It’s generally considered best practice to keep Git branches short-lived. But that approach won’t work for every team or every situation. I know this because it doesn’t work for my team. You see, our Git workflows include many long-lived branches that we maintain in parallel, which is quite unorthodox. In fact, we deploy both a master branch as well as almost a hundred separate branches based

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