Please note the change in date from Tuesday to Thursday!!!!
Please join us on Thursday, January 16th, for the first San Diego Atlassian Community Event of 2020!
Isos Technology will be presenting on managing teams at scale with Jira Align and Fabian Lopez will be discussing how to display Jira reports inside Confluence.
Food and Drink provided courtesy of Atlassian And Isos Technology.
Managing Jira Teams at Scale - Nick Nader, Isos Technology
An area that was lacking in the Atlassian Tools was a good native way to manage teams in Jira at scale. Now that Atlassian has acquired Agile Craft and rebranded it Jira Align, this is no longer the case. What does this mean for you? In this session, we will look at how Jira Align connects business strategy to customer outcomes at enterprise scale. We will explore how Jira Align makes work visible, gets all teams aligned (and more importantly keeps them aligned) across the enterprise, and approaches to maximize outcomes.
Just one click to generate multiple reports from Jira into Confluence - Fabian Lopez
Your team is collecting a lot of information in your Jira instance as they develop products. Multiple issue types, Scrum, Kanban methodologies, Jira Service Desk records, Escalations, etc.
Now, just imagine that you get an email from your boss on Monday morning asking for 16different reports, work cycle, and sprints reports, release notes and more by COB including information from Jira with a given format.
What options do you currently have to fulfill this requirement? Is export to excel, cut and Paste the answer? During this presentation, Fabian will show how you can create multiple templates based on required format and JQL filters to create not only reports but also blog posts, emails and JSD announcements with just a couple of clicks.... or better than that without any click. We will use Jira, Confluence and one app from the marketplace.
A Solutions Engineer for Isos Technology, Nick is based out of Arlington, VA. He has a technical background with software test automation, quality assurance, and CI/CD lifecycle. Nick has always been interested in innovative technologies, which led him to pursue two technical degrees from Penn State. He is accredited in Atlassian tools with certifications in Jira Service Desk, Agile with Jira, and he’s a Certified SAFe Program Consultant. Nick has a passion for technology and a knack for deconstructing the tools' concepts into easy-to-understand explanations.
Passion for collaboration tools that empower remote and collocated team members. Constantly exploring and implementing new technologies and methodologies to foster collaboration. Interested on team members interaction as well as customer and partners relationship growth.
Enthusiastic Program/Product Manager and certified Project Manager Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Trade Show Marketer (CTSM).
Currently managing the DSS, Inc. commercial PMO, Chairman of the DSS Atlassian Steering Committee and active member of the global Atlassian Community. Dedicated to nurture collaboration on the Open Source community focused on Electronic Health Records based on the system designed to assist US Veterans. Recipient of multiple awards from Atlassian and Open Source EHR Community.
Involved on product development, program and project management of the OS System implemented in more than 50 Hospitals and 500 clinics on the states of Texas, New York, Tennessee, West Virginia, North Caroline, Idaho and Oklahoma.
Participated in business development in Mexico and South America and organized and executed international trade shows and symposiums in Argentina for more than 8,000 attendees. Founded 5 Atlassian User Groups (2 in Argentina and 3 in USA, currently running two of them). Recent recipient of the Atlassian Community Award "Exceeding Everest" for community contributions and for volunteering with the organization Warfighter Made that assists disabled and wounded veterans.
User Group Leader