Atlassian is growing, and a big focus in JIRA development has been our continued work on performance and scale. We gave a preview of some of the exciting stats at Summit, and I’d like to share those announcements as you gear up for the JIRA 5.1 release coming soon!
Enterprise at Summit
At Atlassian Summit 2012, one of the first announcements was on the updates to the JIRA Enterprise Offering. Over 90% of the Fortune 50 companies use JIRA, but we know that JIRA is a standard across many large organizations. By listening to what our customers need, we’ve expanded JIRA Enterprise to include:
- Dedicated global Enterprise Support team
- Enterprise User Groups
- New Enterprise Configuration Guides and Resources
- Enterprise Webinar – the first will be August 15, so be on the lookout for details coming soon!
Growing with You
The JIRA State of the Union this year focused on our continued investment in usability and performance for teams of all sizes.
If you watch just part of the JIRA State of the Union, make it the 12 minutes when Bryan talks about these investments and announces the end of the 200,000 issue limit! (14:02 – 26:17)
Check out the Summit Videos
While you sit biting your nails in anticipation of the JIRA 5.1 release, you may as well learn a few things. There are a TON of great talks from Summit 2012 available, but if you’re looking for some guidance on where to go for enterprise-specific content, check out the following sessions:
- In the Day 1 Keynote, Mike talks about Atlassian’s three large focus areas: OnDemand, Enterprise and Marketplace.
- In the Day 2 Keynote, Scott gives updates on source code and DVCS, agile planning, and tracking issues with your whole team.
- Bryan gives the JIRA State of the Union with a focus on growing with JIRA.
- Claudio from Autodesk shares lessons learned and tips and tricks for growing JIRA to 300,000 issues and beyond.
- Open discussion with the Agile for Enterprise panel
- Lessons Learned for Large Scale Lean & Agile Product Development