Archives for the tag: JIRA

Atlassian Enterprise offerings webinar series – JIRA Data Center recap

Last week, Atlassian hosted the first live webinar on its Enterprise Offerings series, "JIRA Data Center: High availability and performance at scale for your enterprise." Atlassian's Otto Ruettinger, JIRA Enterprise Principal Product Manager, took attendees through an overview of the JIRA Data Center deployment option and how it better meets the needs of large organizations, including: How it's designed to provide high availability and performance at scale for enterprise customers A brief

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Introducing new Atlassian Enterprise offerings

Many companies begin their JIRA journey by running it on a server under someone's desk. This is typically a short-lived situation – After someone inadvertently unplugs that machine one too many times, the JIRA instance gets moved to the company data center. We hear this story all the time. And for many of the IT teams inheriting a system like this, they have many needs that go well beyond the capabilities of a single server application. We have listened to our largest customers, and today we're proud

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Guest blog: Using AtlasBoard to create testing boards

This is a guest blog post from Karthik Selvakumar, client services engineer at Zephyr, about extending AtlasBoard – Atlassian's open source wallboard app – to include test data from the Zephyr for JIRA test case management add-on for JIRA. What is Atlasboard? Atlasboard is a NodeJS app that allows you to create wallboards. Once you install Atlasboard, you can quickly generate a wallboard and set up dashboards, widgets, and jobs, and then run them. The basic AtlasBoard module gives you

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Last week, I was going through some specifications in Confluence with a relatively new Atlassian employee. As he was looking for a page he'd recently worked on, I casually mentioned, "Just hit G then R." He did, and the Recently viewed pages popup appeared, letting him see all the pages he'd been working on recently. Him: "MATE! I didn't know about this! You're my hero." Me: "No worries mate." Alright, maybe he didn't say I was his hero, but it made me realize that it's quite easy for Atlassians

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I've had a number of people ask me lately, “how can I use priority to better manage issues inside of JIRA?” Throughout my career in software different teams have used priority to communicate different processes inside of their issue tracking systems. Failure to be crisp about the definition of priority makes work more confusing to get done. Allow me to set a few global definitions to frame our discussion: Priority – The relative importance of an issue in relation to other issues

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In February, two of our very own Atlassian Confluence product marketing managers, Matt Hodges and John Wetenhall, hosted a live webinar sharing agile best practices for software development that they’ve learned over the years. They talked about: Agile basics like sprint management and retrospectives Planning, communicating, and executing on quarterly goals Making the best use of JIRA, Confluence, and JIRA Agile Watch the recording, share it with your team If you’re interested

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