Your Step-By-Step Timeline For Atlassian Cloud Migration How robust are your network and the digital solutions that you work with every day? For some, aging technology and outdated software are hindering your ability to compete in your industry. Toda
Atlassian products have been seeing tremendous popularity and widespread adoption, amongst companies of all sizes over the past few years. Although most organizations begin their Atlassian journey with server products, as their user base increases, t
In October, Atlassian announced they were simplifying their self-managed offerings to focus on bringing your organization the best cloud experience. In other words, Atlassian is moving away from on-premise servers and accelerating your organization’s
https://www.addteq.com/ The realm of software delivery tools has gotten extremely complicated in the last couple of years. As technology advances, market trends fluctuate, and customer demands get increasingly precise, Atlassian Cloud https://www.atl
The pressure to move from on-premises infrastructure has been looming for a long time; but many organizations continue to operate their workloads and business using traditional, on-premises deployments. For Atlassian Server customers, this status-quo
There’s a lot of work to be done for existing Atlassian Server customers. Atlassian has recently announced https://www.atlassian.com/blog/announcements/journey-to-cloud the End of Life of server products: from February 2, 2021, no new Server licenses
The pressure to develop (and deliver) high-quality software applications in the quickest possible time is contributing immensely to the growing popularity of Atlassian Cloud https://www.atlassian.com/enterprise/cloud. Through unmatched reliability, f
In an era where reliability and performance applications take precedence over everything else, Atlassian Cloud https://www.atlassian.com/enterprise/cloud offers on-demand access to resources – setting the stage for unmatched dependability, redundancy
To accelerate our collective journey to the Cloud, Atlassian recently announced that they would discontinue sales of new licenses for Server-based products in February 2021 and discontinue support for these products 3 years later, in February 2024.
Some of you might already have seen that Atlassian announced the future end of Server hosting for all their products. Haven't seen it? View the official announcement here https://www.atlassian.com/blog/announcements/journey-to-cloud. More than half o
Millions of organizations around the world today seek to improve software delivery outcomes, and one of the best ways to do this is by embracing the world of Atlassian https://www.addteq.com/blog/2020/01/how-addteq-software-improves-atlassian-tools.
I'd like to share the current situation for our Apps as well as some insight into our future plans. All server customers can continue to work with their licenses for another 3 years without restrictions. Up until that and of course, from that point o
Managing the array of activities across software delivery projects includes an additional set of challenges: poor collaboration, development inefficiency, poor code quality, defect mismanagement, and lackluster customer service, amongst many others.
In my previous blog, I shared a list of capabilities that enterprises need to build to ensure that their Atlassian ecosystem implementation is successful. There, I had talked about domain knowledge, system architecture understanding, data migration e
Atlassian products have taken over the world of software delivery. Atlassian offers a variety of deployment options to the software delivery teams. While the Atlassian Server and Data Center products have always been a popular choice amongst enterpri
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely transformed operating models. Traveling to work, attending meetings in conference rooms, brainstorming product development ideas in the cafeteria, or even simple face-to-face conversations with colleagues is no lo
Atlassian tools enjoy widespread adoption across the world. With a portfolio of products such as Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and more, it is natural for organizations to implement these tools to boost their software delivery results. Many organizati
Organizations looking to enhance processes across the entire software delivery value stream are turning to BizDevOps https://www.addteq.com/blog/2019/10/4-categories-of-devops-you-need-to-know-about. BizDevOps allows them to unify cross-functional te
Cable cars, crazy weather, and Atlassian Summit 13! I have to say, my first trip out to San Francisco (or the west coast in general) was nothing short of amazing. With all the excitement of the summit and related events, my only wish was that I could
When organizations experience sudden (or continued) growth, it is a cause for celebration: growth means more products are being bought, more markets are being ventured into, and revenue goals are being achieved easily. However, with growth also come
When organizations across the world started struggling to keep up with the pace of technological changes, market dynamics, and customer expectations, Cloud brought in capabilities that were previously unheard of. Access to anytime, anywhere resources
Digital transformation is an increasingly popular topic in the banking and financial services industry. This change is triggered by the need to offer top-notch solutions to increase agility, operational efficiency, and improve customer service. These
For Immediate Release June 18th, 2020 PRINCETON, NJ- Unstoppable is an Atlassian app designed by Addteq to help visually impaired users navigate Atlassian Jira, Jira Service Desk, and Confluence. It uses text-to-speech technology and easy to use keyb
Atlassian is poised to grow the issue tracking and automation business by a factor of ten. Our insights into how the community will get there… Addteq is back home in Princeton, NJ – feeling extremely excited about Summit2014 last week. While there w