Author: Mark de Bont

Atlassian Stack and Infrastructure as a Code

Infrastrcture as Code is an approach to infrastructure automation based on practices from software development. It emphasizes consistent, repeatable routines for provisioning and changing systems and their configuration. Changes are made to definitions and then rolled out to systems through unattended processes that include thorough validation.
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Securing your on-Prem Jira

This time TMC ALM is looking into how to secure your on premises Jira, Server and DataCenter, instance to ensure your data is kept safe. The goal of this article is to create a starting point for securing the data in your Atlassian instance. For this we compiled a list of check points that our professionals use. We think this is good starting point to improve the security of your Atlassian instance.
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Atlassian Upgrade Best Practices

With this blog we share some of our insights and experiences with upgrading products from the Atlassian stack. With years of experience with upgrades in different environments and configurations we have gained a deep knowledge on how to successfully tackle the upgrade process.
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How to manage issues in Jira

This blog is the 2nd part in the series on the use of Jira issue types (part 1 can be found here: on the topic of correct issue type use). This blog is about how to manage issue types, sprints and backlogs in Jira.
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