Topic: atlassian

Atlassian heads deeper into the cloud

Atlassian has announced a major update to its cloud platform designed to open up more opportunities for users in the cloud.  According to the company, the updates are based on four pillars: editions, platform, administrators and cloud migration.  RELATED CONTENT: Moving to the cloud “The main theme here really is about the evolution of our … continue reading

Atlassian Summit: SmartBear’s new integrations, Sumo Logic’s Opsgenie integration, and Adaptavist’s partnerships

The Atlassian Summit is taking place this week in Las Vegas. Atlassian is using the event to make a lot of announcements regarding its own solutions, but a number of other companies are also using the event to discuss new solutions and integrations with Atlassian products. SmartBear announces integrations with the Atlassian ecosystem SmartBear is … continue reading

Atlassian announces Jira Align, and Confluence, Opsgenie updates

Atlassian today announced product enhancements and rebranding at its 2019 Summit in Las Vegas. AgileCraft, the agile project management company that Atlassian acquired last month, is being rebranded as Jira Align, with the goal of bringing together AgileCraft’s agile-at-scale solution with Jira so no matter where users are on their Agile path, they can benefit … continue reading

Atlassian eyes future of development

DevOps has moved from philosophy to practical. Development tools are moving to the cloud, but there are hurdles. The industry needs a benevolent center of gravity, through which data from numerous tools can flow, for analysis and action. These are some of the trends software toolmaker Atlassian are seeing in the development market, and some … continue reading

A guide to Atlassian ecosystem tools

Testim.io uses machine learning to speed the authoring, execution, and maintenance of automated tests. A developer can author a test case in minutes and execute them on multiple web and mobile platforms. We learn from every execution, self-improving the stability of test cases, resulting in a test suite that doesn’t break on every code change. … continue reading

Atlassian to acquire AgileCraft for enterprise Agile planning

Atlassian has announced that it is acquiring Agile planning software provider AgileCraft. According to Atlassian, AgileCraft enables organizations to create a ‘master plan’ for the strategic projects and workstreams. Business leaders can use AgileCraft to map projects to the distributed work that is required to deliver them, which provides better visibility into bottlenecks, risks, and … continue reading

premium Making project management easier… for developers

In an effort to make it easier for developers to “work where they are” yet still get a bigger picture of enterprise projects and what’s coming down the pike, several project management tools providers are bringing their solutions down to the engineering level. These tools have been important for project managers, but three relatively new … continue reading

Bitbucket Pipes expands automation capabilities for the CI/CD pipeline

Atlassian wants to make it easier to build automated CI/CD workflows for DevOps initiatives with its release of Bitbucket Pipes today. The newly announced solution is a CI/CD cloud-based tools that enables the configuration of pipelines with code. “The democratizing nature of DevOps has seen the responsibility of building and managing CI/CD pipelines transition from … continue reading

premium Report: Older developers ship more frequently than young ones

Developers 55 years of age and older tend to ship software quite a bit faster than their younger, post-college colleagues, according to a report released today by Atlassian. The report also found that the senior developers use fewer tools than average, while younger developers use more modern development practices, such as microservices. “There’s this impression … continue reading

How to keep Agile from going stagnant

Agile has been around for nearly two decades now, and just like most things in life that we come to accept, it is starting to be taken for granted. It seems that somewhere along the way, the Agile approach has lost its mojo. “A lot of teams have been going through the motions and keeping … continue reading

Atlassian rebuilds Jira for modern software development

Atlassian today is releasing a completely overhauled and rebuilt version of its Jira project management software from the points of view of permissions, navigation and user experience. “The Jira you needed in 2002 and the workflow you built in 2010 and the permissions model we put together back then isn’t the one we need today,” … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oracle Autonomous NoSQL Database, Hugo and Atlassian partnership, and etcdadm

Oracle has announced the launch of Oracle Autonomous NoSQL Database, designed for workloads that need fast and predictable responses to simple operations. The solution will enable teams to deploy massive-scale application functionality, such as UI personalization, shopping carts, online fraud detection, gaming, and advertising. According to Oracle, the solution handles NoSQL applications that need low … continue reading

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