Mar 18, 2019 | By Scott Farquhar
We’ve heard from our enterprise customers that these problems are really hard to tackle – and they need our help along the way. That’s why we’re excited to share we’ve entered into an agreement to acquire AgileCraft, a leader in enabling scaled agile transformations. Many Atlassian customers, including AT&T, Anthem, NCR, TIAA, and Duke Energy trust AgileCraft to scale their teams’ agile practices.
Mar 12, 2019 | By Phillip Braddock
It’s been nearly two decades since the agile manifesto was published, and it seems “agile” is on everyone’s mind. Marketing teams are experimenting with sprints, operations teams are adopting scrum, and HR teams are looking to bring more flexibility into their strategy.
Mar 8, 2019 | By Teresa Fok
As every company becomes a software company, your role as an IT professional is evolving from supporting the business to differentiating the business. You’re now enabling change and technical innovation to drive competitive advantage. To keep up in this world, it’s time for IT teams to move toward agile approaches that value ease of use, collaboration, and delivering value.
Mar 6, 2019 | By Jonathon Geeves
Go behind the scenes with the Jira team and see how we performance-engineered our way to a zero-affinity cloud architecture that runs at enterprise scale. Performance engineering is a big deal when you’re serving millions of users from every corner of the globe. We previously wrote about a large engineering transformation program for Jira & Confluence, which we codenamed Vertigo – read more about the overall program here.
Apr 11, 2019 | By Atlassian
Raise your hand if you enjoy being buried in alerts or woken up at 2am? (Yeah... thought so.) Ever-rising customer expectations around high availability and performance put massive pressure on the teams who develop and support SaaS products. And teams are literally losing sleep over it.
If you want your DevOps initiative to take off, be prepared to provide some metrics! IT organizations that can't quantify their risk factors and exposure are likely to make investments in DevOps where it doesn’t matter. After working with several teams that lost their support for DevOps after making automation investments in areas that weren't important, Anne Hungate's “Know Your Numbers” model emerged.
Everyone is excited about cloud-native applications. And for good reason! They're scalable, resilient, portable across cloud environments, and make it easier to incorporate customer feedback quickly. But there's a catch: cloud-native applications fundamentally change the way you provision, deploy, and manage your infrastructure.
In an age of disruption, increasingly complex and chaotic problems demand emergent or completely novel practices. Decades-old practices no longer work, raising difficult questions about the role of management in a world being disrupted by technology.
Software has changed the way we work, and no one has had to adapt faster than the IT team. In this keynote, learn about the new developments across Atlassian cloud products targeted at helping IT teams meet the challenges of building a world-class operations, incident management and support organization.
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