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.
Atlassian Summit is the biggest yearly conference event run by the Australian software company, with customers and partners from all over the world attending. Once again, Barcelona is being a fantastic host city (3-5 September). Here are the highlights from the product keynote.
With Confluence Data Center, Atlassian is addressing the increasing technical requirements that large companies are placing on their internal software systems. This includes straightforward and fast scalability, high availability and performance even under heavy use and the reduction of unforeseen and planned downtime. In recent weeks, our product teams have worked intensively to make our own products meet these requirements: The key components of our Confluence-based social intranet suite Linchpin are now Data Center compatible!
Atlassian has rolled out additional license sizes for Data Center deployments of Jira, Confluence and Stash. Licenses for 500-1,000 users are now available for all three systems.
Atlassian has come out with version 6.4 of it’s tracking and project management system JIRA. Lately, the JIRA team has not only been focussing on new functions, but also on integration with other Atlassian products and a continuous optimization and user friendliness. Take a look at the latest updates in JIRA 6.4: