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We've migrated several customers to Atlassian's Cloud. Many customers want to have a pure SaaS offering, whereby they do not need to run any systems at all, but simply consume the service. Here are some of the lessons learned.
Atlassian’s tenth Summit user conference has just ended in Las Vegas. We thought we should break the adage that What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas and give you an overview of the exciting product announcements from the conference.
Are you a Confluence user? If so, you should be aware that Atlassian have today announced two critical security vulnerabilities (both Server and Data Center versions but not Cloud).
Today is World Book Day and to celebrate we thought we would share just a few books that we have found useful or enjoyed.
In this webinar recording, BDQ CEO Chris Bland discusses how to successfully manage multiple projects in Atlassian's Jira.
Atlassian held its annual Summit, Atlas Camp and Partner conferences in Barcelona last week and for the first time held a Trello Day. These highlights of the Atlassian ecosystem year cover Jira, Confluence and other products from the user, developer, and partner perspectives.
Following on from our previous blogpost on how Atlassian's Jira can be used to manage business processes that require collaboration, reporting and structured management, we have another example.
Jira is often thought of as an IT tool. There is no doubt that it is fantastic for managing the processes around bug fixes, development and IT support, but it can do much more. We use it internally for all manner of tasks that require workflows, structured information and reporting, including...
A lot is written about test automation. Applications should be componentised, mockable, have feature switches, be unit testable, and so forth. In short, applications should be architected with testing in mind.