Atlassian Summit got off to a roaring start on Sunday! Yesterday on the blogs, we announced a bunch of news relating to our work and strategy over the past year.
Follow all the excitement:
Today, we like to share the major announcements that our partners made at Summit:
Adaptavist announced that they are making their commercial plugins, Theme Builder and Community Bubbles, completely free.
Appfire introduces Fireball, the new turnkey appliance built for Atlassian software.
ALM Works is announcing JIRA Client 1.5, a desktop front-end for JIRA offers exciting extra features for JIRA users: offline work, powerful search, backlog reordering, interactive time tracking and integration with JIRA work logs.
Balsamiq Studios, creators of the Mockups plugin for wireframing is pleased to announce the immediate availability of two new licensing levels for Mockups for Confluence: a 10-user pack for $400 and a 3-user personal version for only $149.
Contegix has recently announced the upcoming release of Zeus, an enterprise-class cloud computing platform. Zeus, scheduled to be available in July 2009, will offer un-managed virtual servers to compete with existing cloud providers, but will also open a new cloud market with fully managed virtual machines
CustomWare has released new connectors to allow the Atlassian Confluence and JIRA platforms to communicate to traditional enterprise systems – including Salesforce.com, NetSuite and Microsoft SharePoint as well as emerging social network analysis platform, Trampoline Systems. CustomWare has also unveiled new unique offering called ‘The Vault’ that allows the storing of confidential, encrypted information inside of the Enterprise Wiki – Confluence.
Gliffy announced an update to its popular Gliffy Plugin for Confluence and Gliffy Plugin for JIRA . Updates include a redesigned, more professional user interface; improved application usability; and redesigned network symbols.
Mini Confluence, a mobile client for Atlassian’s popular wiki application, is now available on the iPhone App Store. The app features a dashboard view, full text search, profiles, browsing by space, viewing attachments, commenting, and more. Mini Confluence is built by NIC Labs. Find out more at: www.miniconfluence.com.
Stepstone Technologies announced commercial release plans for Zen Foundation, a toolkit that boosts wiki adoption. Zen Foundation allows development of strongly branded Confluence wikis that are simpler to use, highly customizable and boost participation by shielding users from complexity while making wikis reflect their communities’ organization and thinking.
TM Software presents Tempo, a JIRA plugin that integrates with your favorite ERP or billing solution, making JIRA a central hub for all business activities. The combination of Tempo and JIRA streamlines the management of work hours, tasks, and billing periods.
zAgile announces Teamwork, a collaborative software engineering wiki application, powered by Atlassian’s JIRA and Confluence. Teamwork supports requirements and test case management via Confluence smart templates, seamlessly integrated with JIRA projects, tasks and bugs. Teamwork also integrates with other tools including version control, continuous build, etc.
More information about Atlassian Summit here.
June 3, 2009