Tag Archives: JIRA

Atlassian Will Increase License Fees for Server Products from 2 October 2017

Atlassian price increase - invitation from Bastian Schmitt and //SEIBERT/MEDIA

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!

Good Emails, Bad Emails

Email continues to be the main medium for digital communication in many companies, and at the same time is one of the biggest time wasters and productivity killers. Email is fast, convenient, and normal – and is often abused to a greater degree than any other digital communications technology.

One of the biggest problems is that email communication is frequently ‘unofficial’, as the contents are not centrally documented, transparent, and available to the entire organization. This does not mean that I want to condemn email as a whole – there are good and bad emails.

JIRA Tickets or Confluence Tasks: What Makes More Sense?

Confluence tasks - An example

In JIRA, companies manage their projects, epics, user stories and detailed tasks. Requirements are translated into concrete tickets that can be assigned and processed. Dependencies are shown here. Project progress is measured and evaluated with JIRA.

Confluence has also had tasks and tasks lists for several years. On this topic, someone contacted us a while ago on Twitter:

I wonder when you should use Confluence’s task lists instead of JIRA?

RSVP now: Add-on Discovery Day 2017 on September 11th 2017 in San Jose (USA)

It’s on! The first ever Add-on Discovery Day 2017 will happen on September 11th in San Jose. It’s the day before Atlassian Summit. If you are in San Jose on September 11th, please be quick to register. I am pretty sure, that this is the best option to spend the day. And we’ll be finished when the evening party for Atlassian partners starts. Read more about the event:

Atlassian for Enterprises: Presentation by Keshav Puttaswamy

Atlassian Enterprise Club

//SEIBERT/MEDIA’s Atlassian Enterprise Club (AEC) had its most recent customer meeting on 28 March. It was a full house at our Wiesbaden office, with many important customers, great discussions, interesting lectures, and seamless organization, all of which created a successful experience with plenty of positive feedback.

This year, we were able to host a notable guest from Sydney, Australia at our AEC meeting, Keshav Puttaswamy, Head of Product (Server) at Atlassian. In his presentation, Atlassian for Enterprises, he gives a comprehensive overview about what’s been done with Atlassian’s server products and looks ahead towards further development.