Embracing Jira Cloud: Tips from an ex-Server admin  / Open Mic Night!

Philadelphia Atlassian User Group
March 28, 2019, 5:30 p.m.

20 Members RSVP'ed

About this event

Talk 1 (~40 Minutes) - Russell Zera - Embracing Jira Cloud: Tips from an ex-Server admin
Abstract: Most long-time Jira Server Admins, like myself, were skeptical of Jira Cloud. But now, I'm a proud Jira Cloud convert. 

Join me on my journey of migrating to Jira Cloud and learn the tips and tricks that helped me survive and thrive in a cloud world. I'll share the techniques to keeping your instance running smoothly (even when you can't log into the system to troubleshoot issues, restart it, or see where slowdowns are occurring). And, you'll learn how to navigate critical concerns areas around information assurance and security on the cloud. 

Open Mic Night (Time Remaining) - Step right up! Have a moment in the spotlight to talk about any Atlassian topic that interests you! Maybe you wanted to ask the user group a question, or get their inputs on something you have done. It's open mic night, so everything is on the table!

Speaker

Russell Zera

Russell Zera

P-ACE Leader and Manager of Agile Delivery - Elsevier Inc.

Russell is a Manager of Agile Delivery at Elsevier Inc. Russell has 11 years of Atlassian tool experience, primarily in JIRA and Confluence, with 8 years of experience administering Atlassian environments.

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Moderators

Dana Everwine

Dana Everwine

Elsevier Inc.

P-ACE Leader and Agile Delivery Manager
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Russell Zera

Russell Zera

Elsevier Inc.

P-ACE Leader and Manager of Agile Delivery
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When

March 28, 2019
5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where

Elsevier Inc (Four Penn Center, 18th Floor)
1600 John F Kennedy Blvd Philadelphia19103

Group Leaders

Russell Zera

Russell Zera

Elsevier Inc.

Atlassian User Group Leader
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Dana Everwine

Dana Everwine

Elsevier

Atlassian User Group Leader
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Steve Masturzo

Steve Masturzo

Atlassian Community Leader
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