Topic: atlassian

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

Atlassian’s new take on code review in Bitbucket Cloud

Atlassian is taking a code-first approach in its version control repository hosting service. The company announced a redesign of Bitbucket’s pull requests and a focus on modernizing code review at its annual Atlassian Summit in Barcelona today. According to the company, as software development keeps changing, so do the tools and approaches developers use. Pull … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sprint and Ericsson IoT partnership, Diffbot Knowledge Graph, and Fieldbit and InfinityAR on AR

Sprint and Ericsson have launched a global partnership in order to create a distributed network for IoT and an IoT operating system. According to Sprint, the network will provide low latency and high availability. Since it is virtualized, it reduces the distance between the device generating the data and the application processing it. The operating … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Atomist SDM 1.0.0-M.1, Visual Studio Editor productivity updates and Atlassian and InVision’s partnership

Software delivery automation company Atomist announced version 1.0.0-M.1 of its open-source Software Delivery Machine project. This new release provides fully local mode, which will make software available to developers everywhere, the company explained. According to the company, with local mode developers can leverage the software delivery machine on their laptop, automate locally, create projects for … continue reading

Slack acquires Atlassian’s Stride and Hipchat products

Atlassian is saying goodbye to its communication platform Stride. It has put a lot of effort in building up Stride over the past year, but is now entering into a strategic partnership with Slack. As part of the partnership, both companies will focus on building better integrations and more completely define the modern workplace experience. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CI/CD for Arm developers, Cloudability’s Jira Rightsizing integration, and Microsoft’s ML.NET 0.3

Shippable has announced it is collaborating with Arm and Packet to bring a continuous integration and delivery solution to Arm developers. Through the new partnership, Shippable will host the CI/CD solution and will leverage on-demand Arm-based machines from Packet’s cloud. According to Shippable, as adoption and interest in Armv8-A architecture continues to grow, developers need … continue reading

Atlassian integrates feature flagging into Jira

Atlassian is bringing new feature flagging integration into Jira Software. The company announced integration for LaunchDarkly and Rollout. “We believe bringing additional context about flags into Jira will help improve team coordination and collaboration around product releases and generally make the practice of feature flagging more effective for both developers and the rest of the team,” … continue reading

Old OAuth plugin leaves a number of companies at risk

Security researchers from the software company 42 revealed a vulnerability in the Atlassian OAuth plugin last year that enabled unauthorized execution of HTTP GET requests from the server. Though the bug was fixed in March 2017, it is still leaving major companies at risk. According to security researcher Robbie Wiggins, the vulnerable OAuth plugin can … continue reading

Atlassian’s team communication tool Stride now available

Six months after launching Stride into early access, Atlassian has announced the team communication platform is now generally available. Stride is designed to empower teams to communicate effectively, stay connected, and focus on what matters most. According to the company, Stride is the first product built on the new Atlassian API platform, and is intended to … continue reading

Stride announces new ChatOps capabilities

Atlassian Stride is giving software development teams new communication tools to embedded into their daily workflows. The company announced new API capabilities designed to build and deploy custom ChatOps apps in Stride. Stride is Atlassian’s team communication solution that was first announced in September. “Every team communicates differently — each with its own quirks, needs, and tools … continue reading

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