2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today, we’ve talked with 8 experts at Atlassian, the company behind Jira and Confluence. Their predictions for 2019? More microservices, expanded AI, and an unwanted data breach or two.
Couldn’t make it to the Atlassian Summit earlier this month? We’ve got you covered. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc chatted with Mike Tria, the Head of Infrastructure at Atlassian, about going severless, containers, and the future of DevOps.
Atlassian, creator of the popular issue tracker JIRA, has announced a major change to its flagship product. JIRA will now be split into three independent products for specific departments.
Atlassian talks about DevOps, gifs, corporate communication and the latest HipChat innovation: HipChat server, which allows companies to use their chat tool behind a firewall.
JAXenter gets the inside story on the tool helping to up productivity in achingly cool startups around the globe.
Atlassians Eric Wittman talks clever stashing, agile practice, and how enterprises can meet the rising slew of enterprise demands.
From a subversive Git to Comic Sans at CERN, a roundup of our favourite tech pranks from around the web.
New release of world-beating issue tracker focuses on faster, user-friendly interface.
In a guest post, Atlassian’s Sarah Goff-Dupont discusses how budding startups can get the edge over their much bigger rivals with some simple steps…
With its fresh redesign, Bitbucket is finally a worthy contender to GitHubs throne. Heres why you should give it a chance.
Heroku changes their PaaS thinking – to include Java fully at an enterprise level. Can they make an impact?
Two cutting-edge companies team up for a new plugin, melding together the powers of super deployer LiveRebel and CI tool Bamboo
Atlassian have revealed Stash – a Git repository management tool aimed at enterprises looking for easy collaboration across the company
Interesting research from Sonatype shows that open source is becoming the standard for the industry and nearly everyone is putting something back in.