A framework for Agile scaling The scaling of Agile methods and processes has started to become more of a priority …
This year’s Atlassian Enterprise Club Day (AEC) took place in Wiesbaden on 16 May. It was a fantastic event where about 100 customers enjoyed interesting presentations and exchanged information and ideas in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Patrick Richardson, Group Product Manager for Data Center at Atlassian, visited us to talk to our customers, exchange information and share product news.
In this post, we look at the prioritization process used by Atlassian to determine when a new feature will be released for which of its two deployment options – Data Center and Server. We consider the criteria used in the decision-making process to make the decisions more transparent and understandable for customers.
Atlassian doesn’t just offer Server and Cloud versions of its products Confluence, Jira, Jira Service Desk and Bitbucket. It also offers Data Center deployments. When does it make sense to purchase Server, and when would it be better to purchase Data Center?
It’s impossible to reproduce such an abundance of news and information from an Atlassian summit in a compact blog post (and immediately after the end of the keynote). In this post, we want to focus on the most important news regarding the Atlassian products.
The Atlassian Summit is the largest annual user conference run by the Australian software developer – more than 3,200 participants are attending this year. The opening keynote Innovation in Team Collaboration by co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and other leaders at Atlassian has just finished.