If you can't be in Las Vegas from 9-11 April to attend Atlassian Summit, come to our Sydney Atlassian User Group event to hear from Guy Herbert, Matt Watson and Simon Kubica presenting their Summit talks. If you are the lucky one that is going consider this one less conflict you might have to resolve (multiple talks at the same time)
Guy Herbert: DevOps vs. Compliance: a Guide to Having it All
Atlassian product teams use a blend of agile and DevOps practices. But there are still SOX and ISO compliance standards to meet when it comes to change management. What's a modern dev team to do? Join Guy Herbert, Atlassian's IT compliance lead as he shows how we combine peer review and build testing with a new approach to compliance in order to deliver customer value quickly while meeting our compliance obligations.
Matt Watson: Inside Atlassian: Focusing on Customer Outcomes in Spite of Complexity
How familiar does this scenario sound?
Despite their best efforts, product managers are micro-managing too many features in development, meanwhile developers are waiting on designers. Support engineers aren't sure what shipped this week, and new features can't be released because tech writers weren't aware of them until they were nearly completed. The exec team is eager to learn how the last features are affecting new user uptake, but it's not up to expectations because marketing never understood who it was for, or why it was built.
Simon Kubica: Resolve Incidents Faster: Transforming Your Incident Management Process
Incident response teams are evolving, thanks to DevOps, agile, and today's demand for always-on services. But, what's the best way to respond when you're faced with a complex mix of systems, software, and teams? Is there a way to respond faster, collaborate better, and continuously improve your incident management process?
See how Atlassian, Amazon and Netflix enable collaboration between support, operations and development, and learn how to leverage automation and conduct effective postmortems. Plus, Simon will show live demos on how you can implement these tips in Opsgenie, Statuspage, and Jira Service Desk.
Head of IT Risk and Compliance and Risk Futurist
Bitbucket Pipelines Development Manager
Guy has over 25 years working in IT and Technology across the Telecommunications, Finance, Pharmaceutical and Software industries. He has managed risk, compliance, audit, and technical delivery teams during this time. Guy has been thinking of better ways for Atlassian to manage IT Risk and Compliance since Sept 2013.
Atlassian is an Australian company started 17 years ago that builds software to help teams work better together – products include Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, Trello, and Statuspage.
Dev Manager at Atlassian 9 years across FishEye, Bitbucket Server, Jira dev tools Integration and Bitbucket Pipelines. 25 years in industry...
As Product Manager for Opsgenie, Simon is responsible for reimagining the way modern teams running always-on services manage their incidents. He believes in the power of technology to enrich our lives, and is in pursuit of innovative ways people and products can work better together.