I’ve recently picked up the already saturated market of flipping houses. While I enjoy getting my hands dirty tearing down walls, installing flooring, and building decks, I immediately realized that my small collection of standard American household hand tools weren’t going to cut it. For instance, whacking nails with a hammer vs. using a Bostitch […]

One piece of advice I give to organizations using Atlassian products is to have a Jira Guild in place. Wondering why? Well, we often do employ great Atlassian administrators… but we don’t always have the correct answer for every situation. Our products and processes can be complex, from the way they are implemented to the […]

In my last blog, I shared my experience with Jira next-gen, trying to be as objective about the experience as possible. If you are working in Jira cloud, you are most likely aware that there are constant changes in Classic Jira and Confluence. It is no different in Jira next-gen. From the point of coming […]

Have you been wondering what Jira next-gen is? …have you taken the time to take a closer look yet? While I have heard “don’t even…”, and “You’re grounded if you even touch that…” I couldn’t resist looking and trying. I took a deep breath and clicked ‘create’ before someone took the mouse away from me. […]

To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The pains of heartlessly initiated help solicitations by email Which cause relentless conversations tween agent and reporter ‘Cause of outrageously scant information, Or to take arms against email intake And by opposing end them. To die—to sleep, […]

So your first introduction to Atlassian was the Server versions of Jira and Confluence. As an organization, you installed them, administered them, and watched them grow to meet your needs. Over time, you may find yourself wondering if Server is the right model for your organization. Would moving to the Cloud version be a good […]

Here at Isos Technology, we are heavily involved in the Atlassian Community. Almost all of us are regulars at our local Atlassian User Groups (AUGs), we frequent the forums, we follow the blogs, we attend the events–we take great pride in helping others along their Atlassian journey and we cherish the connections we make along […]

When Atlassian unveiled their toolset in 2002, they had software developers in mind, first and foremost. Their belief was that the flexibility and visibility these revolutionary new tools offered would enable development teams to collaborate better and speed project resolution times.  Over the years, more and more business teams have adopted the Atlassian toolset to […]

As I operate in the land of Atlassian licenses I receive many questions on Atlassian Cloud pricing. I’m going to do my best to succinctly summarize your Cloud options. Option 1 – Monthly Subscription Monthly Invoices You will be charged for each created user You can only pay with a credit card or Paypal Price […]

I recently had my first experience with modifying a shell script, and it was interesting. Now, everyone runs into those one-off tasks from time to time. They may not exactly be difficult, but when it is unfamiliar… that can add an element of difficulty, all on its own. Going through the familiar steps of researching […]