This blog is about one of Atlassian most recent Jira products: Jira Product Discovery. It has already been in beta a few months ago but now it has been released to the public during Atlassian’s Unleash ( https://events.atlassian.com/unleash ) event.
Great news! Atlassian has just announced the introduction of Guest users for Confluence Cloud! Within this blog, we will provide you with all the details about this beta feature.
In Jira Server and Data Center, you have the option to trigger a build in Bamboo when releasing a version, the “Build & Release“-functionality as described here. Atlassian removed this functionality for Jira Cloud but did not document a good alternative solution to replace this functionality. We at TMC ALM did some research together with Atlassian Support and here it is!
In this blog, we will be detailing all the Interface changes between the on-premise (Server and Data Center/DC) and cloud versions of Confluence. It’s specifically written for end-users, who do not have access to the project or administrative settings of Confluence.
In this blog, we will be detailing all the Interface changes between the DC and cloud instance of Jira. It’s specifically written for end-users, who do not have access to the project or administrative settings of Jira.
This blog will provide information on making a backup of your Atlassian cloud instance and how you can create a backup strategy that is complementary to what Atlassian provides. We will share key details about why this is still an important topic even in this era of Cloud computing. We will explain the difference between redundancy, and backups and why these are two completely different topics. And why these are important aspects.
This blog is about one of the most popular ticketing systems in the world right now and its future. What are the chances that Jira will be around in the coming 5-10 years? And what the future of ticket processing could look like.
Introduction Back in 2018, Atlassian introduced Atlassian Access for their cloud products. This blog gives you insight into what Atlassian Access is used for, how to implement it, and tries to summarise all the pitfalls, which are not available on the Atlassian website. Why now, I hear you ask? Well, the Atlassian Cloud is nowadays…
Advanced Roadmaps is a feature in Jira Software that allows you to plan work across multiple teams and/or Jira projects in so-called Plans without affecting the issues in Jira until you have found “the holy grail” (reviewed the changes).
This blog is the cheatsheet!