Using three typical Atlassian use cases, Andreas Krupp and Andreas Schiweck will give you an insight into the range of functions and the “look and feel” of the two operating options “Atlassian Cloud” and “Teamworkx Cloud Hosted” or “Software as a Service” and “On-Premises as a Service”.
Companies rely on cloud technologies from Atlassian for a variety of reasons, such as to reduce the burden on their IT department, save costs, increase flexibility, or enable mobility and remote working. But there are also companies for which Atlassian cloud products such as Jira or Confluence are not quite suitable or which still need some time on their way to the cloud.
With the hybrid variant “Teamworkx Cloud Hosted” from catworkx, there is also a flexible alternative for companies that neither want to do without proven on-premises functionalities nor want to operate their own infrastructure. Get an idea of the two technologies in action with our real-world comparison of three typical Atlassian use cases.
About the speakers:
Andreas Schiweck – Product Owner Teamworkx Cloud, catworkx Germany
With over 10 years of experience, Andreas Schiweck combines intuitive software development for users with professional maintenance, operation and further development of large distributed environments. Since 2017, his focus has been on making Atlassian on-premise products run robustly, agilely, and for the long term using container technologies.
Andreas Krupp – Co-Founder & CTO, catworkx Switzerland
Andreas Krupp, who studied business administration (EHL-HES-SO), is Co-Founder and CEO of catworkx Switzerland. There he is responsible for information technology and system integration. He advises customers in the areas of IT Service Management in connection with CMDB solutions with all related integration issues.