A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place

This is a guest blog post from Charlie Levenson at Brikit. You have a piece of content, and you want to make sure it gets placed in your Memory Safe (your KB/KM system). If you’re not sure where it needs to go, here’s a simple way to determine where to place it. Memory Safes can be quite large […]

Why your consultants need Jira Service Desk

Does your company employee consultants? Does your company use Jira? How about Confluence? A continually expanding group of organizations have one or both of these tools in place already or are in the process of adding them. Ok, what do you use for your ITSM solution? Is it off-the-shelf, or is it cobbled together from […]

Handy Macros: Add a Bit of Interactivity in Confluence

This is a guest post from StiltSoft company, a team of Atlassian Experts and avid fans of Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket from Belarus. StiltSoft is the Atlassian Verified vendor that develops Smart Attachments for Jira, Table Filter for Confluence, Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket, and other add-ons. This blog post will highlight the capabilities of Handy […]

Dining out with AWS and Atlassian

Have you ever spun up an AWS Quick Start? Wait, AWS has another feature I need to know about? Trust me, if you’ve ever set up an environment more complex than a single server in AWS, you are going to love Quick Starts. A Quick Start contains all AWS components you need configured using network, […]

Use your Knowledge Base as a Memory Safe

This is a guest blog post from Charlie Levenson at Brikit. Whatever tool(s) you use in your organization to collect and share information (we, of course, recommend Atlassian Confluence and Jira with Brikit Add-ons) it’s time to start thinking of them differently. In George Orwell’s classic novel 1984, the government had a “Memory Hole” to dispose of the information and […]

Jira Service Desk + Confluence = Developer Love

As a developer, let me start off by saying that I hate meetings. Oh, don’t get me wrong. I understand why they are a necessary evil… but that doesn’t mean I have to like them. I’m always watching the tipping scales of productive time lost versus time spent in meetings. A particularly irksome brand of […]

How often should DevOps teams release software updates

Agile operations paired with DevOps teams have changed the game for app development and what users expect out of their programs. Traditionally, software projects would take months or years to build and release. Because changes were expensive and time-consuming, users would often be stuck with initial available functionality – or lack thereof – until a brand […]

Splitting Agile Stories

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Zephyr Enterprise Tips

Note: These tips were submitted by Zephyr Tip 1: Using Global Search with ZQL Queries How to Do It: The Search icon (magnifying glass) on the top right of Zephyr Enterprise screen provides access to a field which can be used to make keyword searches. Here is an example: Once you’ve entered a keyword, press the […]