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With OS X bringing the Macintosh a first-class Java environment running on a rock-solid Unix server, Atlassian are proud to offer Mac users the same world-beating issue-tracking and knowledge management products that have rocked the Java world.

We love our Macs: for daily use, development and deployment.

With OS X bringing the Macintosh a first-class Java environment running on a rock-solid Unix server, Atlassian are proud to offer Mac users the same world-beating issue-tracking and knowledge management products that have rocked the Java world.

We love our Macs
Here at Atlassian, we make no secret about how much we love OS X, and the Mac. You only have to look at the way Powerbooks seem to have been multiplying in the Atlassian offices. OS X’s Unix core and first-class Java support combine with a beautiful User Interface to make the perfect development environment for our software. That same mix makes the Mac a perfect server platform for running JIRA and Confluence.

We’re also big fans of the Apple philosophy: the emphasis on making products that not only are easy to use, but that people enjoy using. There’s nothing worse than an issue tracker that’s left empty because people find it easier to track their problems in a spreadsheet; but somehow with JIRA this is never a problem.

You develop for the best operating system. Use the best tools
Atlassian’s products: JIRA, the revolutionary issue tracker and Confluence, the professional Wiki, are allabout helping teams work more effectively. Their powerful but useable interfaces make them easy to introduce into your working environment from the moment they’re installed. Both applications provide enormous flexibility for fitting the tools into just how you want to work through interoperability with everything from e-mail and RSS newsreaders to Word documents and Excel spreadsheets, and even scriptability via SOAP and XML-RPC.

Try It Out On OS X
Somebody might have told you that Java web applications are hard to get running. We’ve made them just a double-click away. Look for the .dmg files on our download pages: you can try out Confluence or JIRA simply by running an application bundle. All your data goes in ~/Library/Application Support, just where you’d expect it to be.

No hidden costs
Atlassian believes in simple and fair licensing together with clear and up-front pricing. Just follow the pricing links from each product and you’ll know exactly what your installation of JIRA or Confluence is going to cost you. Every license comes with one year of free upgrades. We also offer free licenses to non-profit organisations and public open source projects.

Where To From Here?
Download your trials for JIRA or Confluence today. See for yourself how they can make your development process more efficient.

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Our Products

JIRA

Powerfully Simple Issue Tracking.
Every project needs an issue-tracker, but far too few have one. Worse, those that have one make do with an issue-tracker that is hard to use, and hard to integrate into the rest of the development process. JIRA is different: designed from the start with a focus on task achievement, it is instantly usable and flexible to work with.

This is why you’ll find organisations like NASA, AOL, 3M, Boeing and Nokia on the list of proud JIRA users.
Have a look at our 10 reasons to use JIRA, visit the JIRA website or just browse our live JIRA demo to find out why, if you’re developing software, you need JIRA.


Confluence

Thought-Sharing for Your Team
Confluence, the professional J2EE wiki, is the easy way to share information amongst a team, whether that team shares the same office, or is spread around the world.

Confluence combines the easy creation and editing of web pages with professional features rarely seen in other wikis: full-text indexing of attached files (including Word documents and Powerpoint presentations), PDF exports and group-based security, all wrapped in a clear and easy-to-navigate interface.

Take a look at our online demonstration site, or visit the Confluence homepage for more information.

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