Archives for the tag: cloud

Goodbye, Atlassian OnDemand. Hello, Atlassian Cloud!

Back in July we rebranded our deployment options to Cloud and Server but our hosted service for cloud products, Atlassian OnDemand, remained on the old naming convention. Today, we begin the next phase of this rollout by introducing Atlassian Cloud. You’ll begin to see references to OnDemand being swapped out with Atlassian Cloud over the coming weeks and months. Atlassian Cloud The Atlassian Cloud delivers your favorite Atlassian products in the cloud. We believe the Atlassian Cloud provides

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Introducing Atlassian Connect 1.0

The future of add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, and beyond. Today, we're proud to announce the general availability of Atlassian Connect – a completely new way to build add-ons in the cloud for JIRA and Confluence OnDemand. It's easy to get started, and you can write in the development language of your choice. And there's already two dozen add-ons from Atlassian and our partners ready to use in JIRA and Confluence OnDemand. What's Atlassian Connect? Since we launched JIRA and Confluence OnDemand,

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Cloud purists, rejoice! Last month we were tickled pink to announce the Heroku Deploy plugin for Bamboo.  Today we're tickled once again because the plugin is now included in Bamboo OnDemand! Heroku + Bamboo is a powerful resource for teams using feature branches or a branch-per-JIRA-issue workflow.  Instead of  leaning on IT to create environments for testing all those branches before they are merged to master, you can lean on Heroku instead. Not to mention their new Java Enterprise offering:

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JIRA featured cloud-based application for bug tracking

This killer infographic recently popped up seeking to identify the best cloud-based applications to help your business grow. Guess who is featured for bug tracking? Well it's JIRA, of course. In recognition of the constant innovation that’s helping small businesses perform at their best, we have compiled a selection of some of the best free and paid-for cloud-based applications available. We're in good company with the likes of  New Relic, the Atlas Sponsor for Summit 2012, and many others.

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As a software company boasting 15 products and add-ons, as well as dozens of plugins for them, Atlassian builds a lot of code.  I mean, a LOT of code. We're also famous for eating our own dogfood, so of course we use Bamboo to orchestrate it all.  Conducting the orchestra is a small and dedicated team of nerds we creatively call "Build Engineering".  This team manages multiple Bamboo instances, each with well over 100 Plans and scores of agents to do the work. The agents allow us to

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This is the second, and final part, about configuring Bamboo EC2 Windows images. In the first part, we showed you how to set up your Windows elastic instance with EC2 on Bamboo. In this post we will focus on basic image customisation methods. If you want in-depth information on configuring Bamboo with EC2 or simply want to understand how a Windows EC2 image is set up, this blog is meant for you. Using your existing EC2 images with Bamboo In some cases, instead of using a stock Bamboo image as a

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