Hey, folks! Please join us for our Austin Atlassian Community February 2020 evening presentation session for a deep dive on different ways to customize your Atlassian suite, whether that be a spring cleaning, setting up some automation to automate your daily grind, or putting together a custom front-end for your Atlassian end users.
Food/drink will be provided, and check out the full titles/descriptions for our event's presentations!
Automate your daily grind — 15 minutes with us will save you 15 minutes or more every day!
Michael Kuhl, Principal Product Manager - Bob Swift Atlassian Apps, Appfire
Imagine... having someone to do all your most tedious, repetitive tasks, but they never steal the last donut or complain about Mondays. Sounds great, right? Meet the Bob Swift Command Line Interface apps. With hundreds of actions at your fingertips, you can automate things like page and project creation, content management, user management, and so much more. Take back your time! Automate, integrate, and migrate just about anything, across all your Atlassian tools, with Bob Swift CLI.
How to clean up your Atlassian suite (without losing your damn mind)
Alex Christensen, Lead Atlassian Suite Engineer, AppDynamics
Many Atlassian administrators inherit messy Jira, Bitbucket, and Confluence instances. (Sound familiar?) Not only do you need need to figure out how the instances work, but you need to tidy them up and maintain good “Atlassian hygiene.”
Join Alex Christensen for an overview of how AppDynamics cleaned up some rather messy instances and how they plan to keep those instances gleaming like new. You’ll walk away from this talk with new ideas for improving your Atlassian suite for end-users and admins alike.
Scaling the Atlassian Suite -- And other horrifying campfire stories
Brian Watts, Platform Integration Architect, Uhub
Join Brian for an overview on the custom front-end he and his team built for their Atlassian suite to assist with scaling the toolset to a large end-user audience. Plus, probably some very fun horror stories about being a Jira admin - we all have them!