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Kick Into Fall 2019 with ScriptRunner & OpsGenie

New York
Thu, Oct 3, 2019, 6:00 PM (EDT)

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About this event

Our short summer is over in NYC and it's time to kick-off the fall season in 2019! Let's welcome Fall at NYC ACE with exciting talks on ScriptRunner & OpsGenie. Everyone loved the Atlassian/Trello event space at our last meetup and we are back again there in the Financial District.


PLEASE NOTE: Security at this location is strict. Please ensure that you RSVP and that the name you provide matches what is on your ID - otherwise you won't get past security downstairs. Unfortunately, we don't have control over event location security or capacity.  The space has limited capacity so please only RSVP if you are sure of attending as a courtesy to your fellow ACE members. If all the spots are taken, please register for a wait-list ticket.

How to (not) break Jira with bad scripts - Jamie Echlin (Creator of ScriptRunner) and Chirag Harendra - Adaptavist

Good Jira automation just stays out of the way and helps you get things done without thinking about it. But building good automation isn’t always easy, even when you go beyond Atlassian’s built-in capabilities and use add-ons.

Jamie Echlin, Adaptavist Staff engineer, and creator of ScriptRunner, and Chirag Harenda, Senior Product Marketing Manager, will talk about those situations where building automation in Jira can backfire. Running JQL functions in script fields, slow workflow condition functions, adding javascript to the announcement banner, inline scripts and endless loops are among the most common pitfalls for a Jira admin. Jamie will show you how to avoid them and will share some handy advice for building powerful automation in a responsible and scalable way.

The Magic of OpsGenie - Lightning Talk - Jaclyn Mazzarella - AddTeq

OpsGenie is an incident management tool but as part of its rich feature set, it has powerful integrations that allow you to implement the idea of auto-remediation. Auto remediation is an approach to automation that responds to events with automations able to fix or remediate, underlying conditions. In this session, Jaclyn Mazzarella, VP of Marketing, will show how you can take incident management to the next level by leveraging out of the box OpsGenie features. 

Join the NYC Online Community Group 

In our last NYC ACE meet, we launched the NYC Online Community Group. Please do join the online community, ask questions, network and share your expertise with fellow ACE members. You can join the group using the following the link: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/New-York/gp-p/nyc

As always, outside of these topics and talks, we'll have food, drinks and plenty of networking opportunities; and maybe even a prize or two.

Any questions, please feel free to reach out to us. We hope to see you there!!!

Featured Presentation

Speakers

  • Jamie Echlin

    Jamie Echlin

    Adaptavist

    Staff Engineer & ScriptRunner Creator

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  • Chirag Harendra

    Chirag Harendra

    Adapatvist

    Senior Product Marketing Manager

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  • Jaclyn Mazzarella

    Jaclyn Mazzarella

    Addteq

    VP of Marketing

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  • When

    Thursday, Oct 3
    6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)

    Where

    Atlassian
    55 Broadway, 17th Floor New York10006

    Group Leaders

  • Marlon Palha

    Marlon Palha

    ITHAKA

    Atlassian Community Leader

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  • Madhusudhan Matrubai

    Madhusudhan Matrubai

    Citadel

    Atlassian Community Leader

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  • Dileep Bhat

    Dileep Bhat

    Atlassian Community Leader

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  • Kapil Samadhiya

    Kapil Samadhiya

    Xaxis (GroupM)

    Atlassian Community Leader

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