The annual Atlassian Summit is Atlassian’s major user and customer conference. From this year going forward, it will be held alternately at locations in the U.S.A. and Europe. From 3 to 5 September, Fira Barcelona Gran Via will open its doors to welcome around 1,500 customers, users and partners attending Summit Europe 2018.
From 2 October 2017, Atlassian will increase their license fees for their server product line by an average of around 10 percent. This price adjustment covers both initial licenses and support extensions for server products. Here are your options!
You now have the opportunity to license the entire Atlassian portfolio at a cost-effective flat-rate with Atlassian Stack. This is perfect for large companies whose internal infrastructure is based on Atlassian products or who are planning to convert to an Atlassian infrastructure.
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.
Most of the people reading this blog post at the time of publishing will not know what Codeyard is. And it may sound strange that I am not sure either what it will be six months from now. If you want to stop reading right now, I will have to live with it. But there is a very big upside for you: Codeyard is everything Atlassian you want it to be.
Atlassian tools help companies advance and simplify, systematize and integrate processes. We support our customers with customized solutions to help them work better and use Atlassian software to solve their unique challenges. Here is a new case study of our customer CIP4 Organization.
Codeyard is our all-in-one-project solution for every Atlassian tool installed, configured and heavily used with your employees. It is a concept to launch approach that most product and service companies need to offer their customers to create value. Let’s talk about the Atlassian tool stack and how users can use it as a holistic solution to delivering value to customers (with or without software).
Today is my first productive Codeyard day. Codeyard is our new all in one Atlassian solution and will hopefully become as successful as our Linchpin intranet solution based on Confluence. It offers the full Atlassian stack (HipChat, Confluence, JIRA, Bitbucket, Bamboo) including all required professional services (organizational and cultural coaching, consulting, installation, configuration, …) at a guaranteed fixed price.
Continuous delivery aims to reduce development costs through high-level automation, speed up deployment processes, increase the quality of processes and be more flexible and responsive to customer requirements earlier on in the process. (Our video session offers a detailed introduction to the concept.) Part of this article addresses how this is done in practice. We will configure Atlassian’s CI server Bamboo to install a simple Java web application on a Tomcat application server at the touch of a button.
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) aims to bring together the actors involved in software projects, from the stakeholders to developers, and to document functional requirements in simple and understandable standardized language.
These texts are not only meant to make sure everyone has a common understanding or to serve documentation purposes. They can also be used to test and verify whether the defined software criteria have been met with the help of modern tools.