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- Supercharge Your Pages - New Ways to Extend the Confluence Editor
Klaus Ihlberg, Senior Development Team Lead, Atlassian
- 4 Changes We're Making to Help You be Successful in the Cloud
Alexandra Kassab, Product Manager, Atlassian
- The New & Improved Confluence Server and Data Center
Usman Khalid, Senior Team lead, Atlassian
- Preparing for Data Residency and Custom Domains
Nuwan Ginige, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
- Integrate CI/CD Pipelines with Jira Software Cloud
Oliver Burn, Senior Architect, Atlassian
- The User Who Must Not be Named: GDPR and Your Jira App
Daniel Rauf, Software Engineer, Atlassian
- The Atlassian Document Format is Coming to an API Near You
Patrick Streule, Architect, Atlassian
- What Does Jira Next-Gen Mean for Cloud Apps?
Peter Grasevski, Developer, Atlassian
- Access to User Activities - Activity Platform APIs
Sergey Meshkov, Senior Software Developer, Atlassian
- What's New in AUI 8 and Why You Should Care!
Patrick Lai, Junior Developer, Atlassian
- What's New in Jira Cloud for Developers
Eve Stankiewicz, Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
- An Exploration of Cross-product App Experiences
Phil Oye, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
- Updates on the Data Center Apps Program
Benjamin Magro, Product Manager, DC Apps, Atlassian
- Technical Deep Dive Into Atlassian's New Apps Performance Testing Framework
Benjamin Magro, Product Manager, DC Apps, Atlassian
Oleksandr Metelytsia, Test Automation Team Leader, SoftServe
- Discover the Possibilities of the Jira Cloud Asset API
Andrea Olrich, Developer, Atlassian
Supercharge Your Pages - New Ways to Extend the Confluence Editor
The new Confluence editor brings never before seen capabilities to our developers to extend the editor. During this session, Klaus Ihlberg will explain how users use Confluence today and how to use this information and the new capabilities, to develop apps that supercharge Confluence pages.
4 Changes We're Making to Help You be Successful in the Cloud
Are you curious about what Atlassian is doing to help you develop and run a successful business in cloud? Come find out in this lightning session with Alexandra Kassab, Senior Product Manager at Atlassian.
The New & Improved Confluence Server and Data Center
Confluence Server is on an exciting yet challenging journey to deliver its latest platform version (7.0) very soon. Platform releases usually provide us an opportunity to make significant and/or breaking changes to Confluence. While these changes may seem fairly inconsequential at times, they do unlock a huge potential for our team to ship massive improvements, that help your teams get work done faster in Confluence. Given we only ship a platform version every 2-3 years, Usman Khalid, Senior Team Lead for Confluence Server, will take this opportunity to present some important upcoming changes to our vendors, developers and administrators so they have enough time to understand and prepare for the plethora of benefits and features that are packed into this new version of Confluence.
Preparing for Data Residency and Custom Domains
Atlassian customers have long requested the ability to control where they host their content in Atlassian Cloud. They’ve also long desired the ability to configure their cloud products to be accessible via a custom domain. These features are coming soon to Jira and Confluence Cloud! What will this mean for Marketplace app developers?
Join Nuwan Ginige, Principal Product Manager on the Cloud Platform team, as he walks through how the evolution of Atlassian’s cloud platform has shaped the development of these capabilities. Learn how these changes will impact Marketplace apps, and how you can get involved in app vendor early access progress before general availability.
Integrate CI/CD Pipelines with Jira Software Cloud
Key development information, such as source code repositories, build servers, feature flag providers, and deployment services from CI/CD providers (both Cloud and On-premise), are now available in Jira Software Cloud.
Join Oliver Burn, Senior Architect for Jira Software Cloud, and learn how to integrate a new CI/CD system or leverage one of the many existing integrations for popular CI/CD providers. Discover how Jira Software gives teams the information they need to make faster, better decisions through continuous visibility.
The User Who Must Not be Named: GDPR and Your Jira App
The upcoming Jira Server’s user anonymization feature makes administrators lives easier, as it adds extensive in-product support for EU's right to be forgotten. At the same time, it has an immense impact on the majority of Marketplace apps and will break some of them.
Join Daniel Rauf, Software Engineer for Jira Server, to learn how to keep your app in a consistent state, explore newly added APIs allowing you to react to the anonymization and efficiently assess your implementations with end-to-end tests.
The Atlassian Document Format is Coming to an API Near You
The Atlassian Editor is introducing a new structured document format to all products - Atlassian Document Format (ADF). If you work on an app which reads or writes content to any of our products, you’ll see ADF gradually appear in product APIs.
Learn more from Patrick Streule about how to prepare for ADF: the motivation behind it, the available tooling, libraries, tips, and techniques.
What Does Jira Next-Gen Mean for Cloud Apps?
Jira Cloud has launched next-gen projects for Software and Service Desk intending to make our products simply powerful - easier to configure, but even more flexible.
Join Peter Grasevski, Developer for Jira Service Desk Cloud, to discover the differences between next-gen and classic projects, how Jira projects will change over the coming years, and what you need to know to keep your app compatible.
Access to User Activities - Activity Platform APIs
How do you stay on top of your work when it is scattered across multiple Atlassian products?
"If only there was a single place where I could see all my activity..." - sounds familiar?
We are going to provide you an insight into what lead to the creation of a new Activity API. Following last year’s Atlas Camp announcement from our CTO Sri Viswanath, Atlassian is moving onto GraphQL - new Activity API is one the first pieces of the GraphQL Atlassian Platform and is the technology behind start.atlassian.com.
Join Sergey Meshkov, Senior Developer, who will provide you a sneak peek of the new GraphQL Activity API as it will soon be available to our vendors.
What's New in AUI 8 and Why You Should Care!
Atlassian UI (AUI) is our major UI component library that is used in all our Server products and many apps in Marketplace. It plays a major role in the experience our customers have with our products. Get a handle with our latest release of AUI.
Join Patrick Lai, a software engineer for the Server Frontend Platform, and learn about the current state of AUI, what new changes we’ve introduced and what makes this version so exciting and why you should be using it.
What's New in Jira Cloud for Developers
What new developments happened in Jira Cloud APIs, Connect modules and Oauth2 (3LO) integrations in the last six months?
Join Eve Stankiewicz, Principal Product Manager at Jira Cloud Platform, to learn more about the recent changes in Jira Cloud APIs and Connect modules. Learn how you can use these changes to deliver more advanced and flexible apps for Jira Cloud users, as well as tips on making Cloud apps more performant and scalable.
An Exploration of Cross-product App Experiences
Atlassian has been building out the Teamwork platform, bringing cross-product experiences like the rich-text editor to all of our products. Extending the Teamwork platform presents a new opportunity for developers.
In this talk, we'll share more on what the Teamwork platform is, where is it available, and explore how we’re thinking app developers might extend the platform. Learn more about the future vision of building cross-product apps, consider what new opportunities it might present for your team, and give early feedback for how you’d like to see it evolve.
Updates on the Data Center Apps Program
In this session, Benjamin Magro, Product Manager for Data Center team, will cover updates to the Data Center Apps program that will affect vendors in 2019. This will cover an introduction to our new performance testing framework, changes to the performance testing requirements, as well as additional questions that will form part of the architectural review being added later this year.
Technical Deep Dive Into Atlassian's New Apps Performance Testing Framework
In this session, Oleksandr Metelytsa and Benjamin Magro will take a technical deep dive into Atlassian's new apps performance testing framework to see how it works, how it can be used to test your Data Center applications, where it is heading in the future, and what we will require for Data Center apps performance testing going forward.
Discover the Possibilities of the Jira Cloud Asset API
With the new assets management API for Jira Cloud, developers can bring a lot more context into Jira to create a faster and more powerful issue resolution experience.
Join Andrea, a developer on Jira Service Desk, as she gives a holistic overview of asset management in Jira Cloud. We’ll step through an ideal end-to-end user experience from help seekers raising a request for their laptop, to an agent resolution. In this talk, you’ll learn what powers these experiences and exactly how to create them using the Jira Cloud Assets API and integration points.
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