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Users Take the Stage

St. Louis
Tue, Jun 18, 2019, 6:00 PM (CDT)

35 RSVP'ed

About this event



Many users share that their favorite meetings are those where they can hear from fellow users.  Hearing from our peers is always a worthwhile experience, as we have many similarities even though we work in various industries and work cultures. Whether you were able to go to Summit or not, this will be worthwhile to attend because...

  • If you did NOT attend Summit, this will give you a member's eye view of some things that took place. It will include new insights into Atlassian applications you use every day. 
  • If you WERE able to attend Summit, as you know it's too big of a conference to be everywhere at once, so now you'll have a chance to hear about experiences and information that you may have missed. 

Whichever camp you are in, we hope you can make it for this information sharing session. 

Below is a brief overview of the topics that our users suggested they may cover:

These descriptions may change or be refined right on up to event day, and we also hope to add a few additional speakers. These will be roughly 10-15 minutes each, so you will get a lot of information from several different people, which always makes for an interesting meeting.:

ARDEN (Express Scripts-Atlassian Customer) is planning on covering some of the JIRA infrastructure breakouts she attended that focused on reliability. (Using Ansible + JIRA, Migrating JIRA data, Customization vs Performance, planning upgrades)

MATTHEW (Adaptavist-Attlassian Partner) is looking to share some of his thoughts from Summit. He's also been gathering comments from colleagues who attended.  Finally, he has some interesting Cloud takeaways to share from a chat with the Cloud project manager.

TIM and MATTHEW of Enterprise have both volunteered to share a few takeaways.

TOM (Graybar) will share a couple of interesting new plugins for Confluence that were exhibited by first-time Summit solution partner attendees.

NOTE:  If you attended and are not on this list and have something to share, we want you too!  Just raise your hand during the evening or even better, contact me in advance, so we can get you on the program.

We are happy to be back at Webster University, in the large conference room in their East Academic Building.  

The address was not correct last time, but somehow we still got a full house so thanks again for your support and understanding. This time, I believe the address is correct AND there is now this marked-up photo of the building to guide those who were not able to attend last time.  


  • #a is the main entrance for the East Academic building.  The address is displayed above the doors.  If entering here, take your first two rights to go down a long hallways to the event space
  • #b is the side entrance closer to the conference room (if we can prop it open, we will)
  • #c - these are the windows at the back of the conference room. Either entrance you use, know that you will want to end up here.



  • Arden Hawley

    Arden Hawley

    Express Scripts

    IT Engineer

    See Bio
  • Matthew Stublefield

    Matthew Stublefield


    Head of Learning and Development

    See Bio
  • Tim Howard

    Tim Howard

    Enterprise Holdings Inc.

    Engineer II

    See Bio
  • Christian Roestel

    Christian Roestel

    Enterprise Holdings

    Sr Product Manager


Tuesday, Jun 18
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CDT)


Webster University - East Academic Building
545 Garden Ave Webster Groves63119

Group Leader

  • Tom Crespi

    Tom Crespi

    Oasis Digital

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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