With over 200 integrations connected to Opsgenie and to monitoring, ticketing and other systems as sources of information, it becomes a command center for incident management providing transparency for the entire team (including its stakeholders) as they resolve problems. These are the central features of Opsgenie.
No software and no technical infrastructure is perfect: It’s not a question of “whether” there will be disruptions or outages but “when” and “for how long.” However, processes to solve such problems are often unstructured and not transparent for all stakeholders. Now Atlassian Opsgenie can help to take much of the sting out of such an incident with automated escalation levels and data reports for post-incident analysis.
While the macro browser is an essential and useful element of Confluence, the multitude of macros available there can prove overwhelming for its users. The Macro Manager now allows administrators to deactivate macros that are no longer relevant for their users without affecting those macros that have already been installed. And the development team already has some ideas for where it could go next.
Structure is an app that adds multi-level hierarchies of any depth to Jira. with features for program and portfolio management as well as cross-project tracking capabilities. The Structure.Gantt app for Jira lets you visualize timelines and dependencies in your projects. See what they are capable of in this webinar and demonstration.
Confluence is where teams work on their projects, share and review content, and store knowledge assets. Have you ever thought of using Confluence for onboarding as well? Well, this is possible. You can use Confluence’s native features to set this up or extend your system with the Courses and Quizzes – LMS app to create a potent onboarding process by using its courses.
In the two previous posts, we discussed how to capture data through various methods, and how we can ensure this data is useful to the organization. Now we’ll look at two core features of Tempo that are used to organize the data you have captured: Tempo Accounts and Tempo Teams.
Establishing a new habit can be quite complex. For example, having to remember to log your time or to visit the “My Work” page in Tempo Timesheets for Jira to input your hours doesn’t feel natural at first. To help alleviate that problem, we describe three convenient methods to log time anywhere in Jira that may be a better fit for you.
This and the following posts’ purpose is to provide you with enough information to get started with time tracking in Jira. We will cover a number of Tempo Timesheet’s features and their importance to you and your organization so you can maximize the value of a time tracking and productivity solution.
As part of a recent edition of the Atlassian Enterprise Club Day(AEC) held at our office in Wiesbaden, Riada presents its powerful and sophisticated tool for enterprise service management, Insight for Jira.
Linchpin Launchpad (formerly known as App Center) is an app that can be used in Confluence or a Confluence-based intranet to integrate direct links to any web-based application. These integrated links are then made centrally available as small icons, similar to apps on a smartphone. You can personalize them at any time to suit your specific needs. In this way, Linchpin Launchpad serves as an integration hub and control center for external tools in Confluence.