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  • Atlassian Introduces Forge, a New Way to Build Serverless Cloud Apps

    In a recent blog post, Atlassian announced a new serverless cloud platform called Forge that allows developers to build Functions-as-a Service (FaaS)-based applications that are hosted and operated by Atlassian. Forge UI, a flexible and declarative UIL language, will be used by developers to build interactive experiences across web and mobile devices using a low-code approach.

  • Enterprise Agility in the Norwegian Government

    The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Directorate wanted to transform their IT department to be able to deliver value continuously and deliver faster, in line with users' ever-increasing expectations. Torill Iversen, director, and Kjell Tore Guttormsen, team lead, spoke about how they went from bureaucracy to enterprise agility at the Atlassian Summit Europe 2018.

  • Atlassian Announces Solutions for Incident Management

    Atlassian announced on September 4 that they have launched a new product called Jira Ops and that they will acquire OpsGenie. Organizations can use Jira Ops for resolving incidents and doing post-mortems to learn from them. OpsGenie adds prompt and reliable alerting to Jira Ops.

  • Compliance in an Agile World

    Compliance is about making sure that you are doing the right thing and being able to prove it. With agile and frequent deliveries, you need to build compliance into the process of delivery. Making compliance obligation part of the thing that DevOps teams own increases the likelihood of success.

  • Strategic Partnership Announced Between Atlassian and Slack: HipChat to Be Discontinued

    Atlassian announced that they are entering into a strategic partnership with Slack on July 26, 2018, and will no longer offer their own real-time communications products Hipchat Cloud, Hipchat Data Center, Hipchat Server, and Stride. The partnership enables them to extend existing integrations between their tools and co-build new ones.

  • Atlassian Expands the Jira Ecosystem: Bitbucket Integration, OpsGenie, and Jira Ops

    Atlassian has announced a series of moves to expand the Jira ecosystems, including better integration between Bitbucket and Jira, acquisition of the OpsGenie company, and the release of an incident management platform called Jira Ops.

  • Psychological Safety in Post-Mortems

    Emotions often come to the fore when there is an incident; psychological safety in blameless post-mortems is essential for the learning process to happen. The post-mortem session must be fairly moderated, preferably by an outsider, giving everyone a turn to speak without criticism. Don’t start the analysis of the incident before there is a clear and common understanding of what actually happened.

  • Building the Roadmap for Portfolio for Jira

    When your product backlog is a prioritized list of problems instead of a list of features, it becomes easier to respond to change; you don’t have to commit early to delivering features and can use new technology when it becomes available. Visualizing your roadmap and regularly taking in new information and using it to reassess your roadmap helps to keep you agile.

  • BitBucket Introduces Support for Git V2 and Improved Search Functionality

    Atlassian has launched BitBucket server 5.13, bringing in support for Git v2 and also improving on the way repositories can be searched. This includes a new repository labels functionality, and the ability to find the corresponding pull requests for a commit.

  • Keeping Distributed Teams in Sync

    The biggest challenge of distributed teams is communication, which is essential for establishing ground rules on collaboration. Shifting working hours to accommodate each other and team liaisons help to communicate and synchronize work. Teams based on trust, respect, and openness will encourage themselves to help people throughout the organization and foster a culture that keeps teams in sync.

  • Atlassian Announces Bamboo 6.0 and Bitbucket Server 5.0

    Atlassian annouced new versions of Bamboo and Bitbucket Server, two tools aimed to support DevOps in enterprises. New functionalities include configuration as code, enhanced build control, and build progress monitoring.

  • Atlassian Opens up Team Health Monitors and Team Playbook Blueprints

    After introducing a tool-agnostic version of its Team Health Monitors at Summit 2016, Atlassian now also bundles Team Playbook blueprints with the recently released Confluence Server 6.1. A Health Monitor workshop is a team self-assessment aiming to identify pain points and formulate a plan to address weak spots by running low-ceremony "plays" that "can help improve a team's overall health".

  • Jay Simons on Acquisition of Trello

    As announced by Atlassian, a solutions provider for team collaboration and productivity, on January 9th, 2017, the company has reached an agreement to acquire Trello, a visualization tool that makes use of boards to help teams and people manage their projects and tasks.

  • Bitbucket Pipelines Provides Continuous Delivery within Atlassian’s Bitbucket Cloud

    Atlassian released Bitbucket Pipelines beta at AtlasCamp 2016 in Barcelona to provide a Continuous Delivery pipeline within Bitbucket Cloud. At the same time, Atlassian announced the end-of-life for their current cloud based CI/CD solution Bamboo Cloud by 31 January 2017, while emphasizing that Bamboo Server continues to be their on-premise CI/CD offering for Bitbucket Server (formerly Stash).

  • Atlassian Releases Portfolio for JIRA 2.0

    Atlassian’s new release of Portfolio for JIRA features real-time portfolio planning. Team work is automatically synchronized with the release plan by pulling team and project data from JIRA into the product portfolio plan.

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