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Atlassian announces the acquisition of Chartio

Atlassian announced a few days ago the acquisition of Chartio, a cloud-based data visualization and analytics solution provider based in San Francisco and Blacksburg. By integrating Chartio, Atlassian aims to add more analytics capabilities to its platform. The guiding principle here is to integrate new features for analyzing and visualizing data into all Atlassian products, starting with the Jira family.

CEBIT 2017

Global Event for Digital Business – 20-24 March 2017 Springtime is CeBIT time: From 20-24 March 2017, Deutsche Messe in Hannover will once again open its doors for THE Global Event for Digital Business, and Atlassian will be there as an exhibitor for the first time this year. 2,000 lectures and keynotes (z. B. Edward…

A new approach to ITSM: Atlassian launches Jira Service Management

Atlassian has renamed its popular ITSM solution Jira Service Desk (JSD) to Jira Service Management (JSM) and has added many new features. “High-velocity ITSM, powered by Jira,” is how Atlassian describes the product released on November 9, 2020 in the official announcement. Based on the power of Jira and key DevOps and Agile principles, JSM was designed to accelerate and optimize team collaboration. Development, IT operations and business teams thus benefit equally from the modern, lean ITSM solution.

Atlassian is phasing out server products – the new possibilities for your IT business

Atlassian’s announcement to discontinue support for server applications as of February 2, 2024 has caused uncertainty among some users. What happens to my server applications? Do I have to migrate to the cloud? What alternatives are there? And what opportunities does the cloud offer me? These were exactly the questions that our info webinars dealt with. Johann Krahfuß, (CSO, catworkx) and Michael Lüer (COO, catworkx) clearly presented the possibilities that are now available for your Atlassian applications.

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With a clear cloud focus into the future: Atlassian is phasing out server products

In recent years, Atlassian has invested heavily in expanding the cloud offering for the Atlassian toolchain (Jira Software, Confluence, Jira Service Desk, Bitbucket / Bamboo, Access). In addition to numerous new functions reserved for the cloud variant, various service offers and server locations in Europe/Germany, more and more apps are now available on the Atlassian Marketplace for Cloud. For customers who have special requirements regarding their own data center, availability and security or who need to connect to their own systems, Atlassian has also expanded the data center version with extensive functions. Atlassian has now announced that it will phase out the Server deployment variant with a 3.5 year lead time, which will mean major changes for many customers, especially in the German-speaking world.

Atlassian acquires Mindville

Atlassian announced the acquisition of Mindville in late July. Mindville, the developer of asset and configuration management products, has worked with Atlassian since its inception. Mindville was founded in 2013 and is known for its “Insight” product line. All Insight applications are still available on the Atlassian marketplace.