Archives for the tag: JIRA

Case study: How Orbitz migrated to Git

The first step of any trip is getting there. To make trip planning painless, Orbitz Worldwide – a leading online travel site operating in more than 180 countries – offers easy-to-use online travel booking for flights, hotels, and other travel services. Orbitz generates more than $11 billion in travel transactions annually. That means that for every second Orbitz's website is down, hundreds of dollars are lost. It's the Orbitz team's utmost priority to ensure everything stays up and running

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First came agile development, and now it's all about Git. You've heard that it's great for decentralized teams, prevents merge hell, and is awesome for collaboration. But how do you get started? Well, Atlassian Git Essentials is for you! Last Thursday, we hosted a live webinar to show you how Git Essentials helps you get Git right. Our very own Amber Buchan, Dev Tools extraordinaire, demoed exactly how JIRA, JIRA Agile, Stash, and Bamboo have come together for your Git needs. We covered the

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JIRA for asset management: Reporting setup

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 JIRA for asset management: Overview 2 JIRA for asset management: Inventory setup 3 JIRA for asset management: Workflow setup 4 JIRA for asset management: Reporting setup 5 JIRA for asset management: Physical implementation   We've created issue types and custom fields for the assets we want to track. We've also built workflows to reflect the business process around our inventory. Now it's time

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Have you hugged your admin lately?

This is a guest post from Daniel Wester, co-founder of Wittified LLC. Check them out on the Atlassian Marketplace. Administering JIRA, Confluence, Stash, or another Atlassian product can sometimes seem like a thankless job. As an admin you have a number of responsibilities: training new users, providing best practices, and continually evaluating add-ons and product upgrades to see if they will meet your organization's needs. That's on top of serving as the first line of support for people that run

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JIRA 6.2: The reviews are in!

In February, we released JIRA 6.2 and Atlassian Git Essentials. JIRA 6.2 comes with a host of new features, including all-new integrations with Stash and Bamboo. Now, developers can easily create a pull request straight from JIRA. It doesn't stop there. We also created a new development panel to so test engineers can see build and deployment statuses from inside a JIRA issue.  Oh, and redesigned statuses with a new universal three-phase status indicator. What are people saying? What did

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JIRA for asset management: Workflow setup

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 JIRA for asset management: Overview 2 JIRA for asset management: Inventory setup 3 JIRA for asset management: Workflow setup 4 JIRA for asset management: Reporting setup 5 JIRA for asset management: Physical implementation   This is the third article in a series of four about using JIRA for asset management. If you haven't read the first and second articles, they're worth the read. I cover

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