How real-life Atlassian customers plan ahead with Data Center

Sufficient planning is critical to the success of your Data Center deployment. That’s why we’ve interviewed customers about their migration, so you can learn from their experiences and nail your deployment plan like a pro.

“You gotta clean house first before you just up and move to Data Center,” says Brian Watts, Platform Integration Architect at Uhub. Join this webinar to get game-changing advice from Atlassian customers to help you prepare for Data Center in advance.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Key learnings from customer experiences
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them
  • A plan to test your upgrade in advance
  • The critical steps to take before a move to Data Center
  • How to secure the right support, resources, and documentation

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Andy Rajagopalan

Cloud Solutions Architect

Andy brings a wealth of experience in designing and managing application infrastructure in the public, private or hybrid cloud from working with multiple enterprises in his previous roles. He is very well versed with multiple tools and frameworks in the DevOps ecosystem. As a Solutions Architect in the Field Services team Andy is focussed on our customers' success in using Atlassian Data Center products.

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Denise Unterwurzacher

Senior Site Reliability Engineer, Atlassian

Denise has been with Atlassian for nearly 7 years, initially working in the Support team, helping large customers successfully run enterprise scale applications. She then spent 2 years in the Confluence development team, focusing on stability at scale, and most recently has made the move to the internal IT team as a technical owner of Atlassian's mission-critical Jira and Confluence instances. She was instrumental in the successful migration of those systems to AWS, and the ongoing improvement of the services.

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Jennifer van Leeuwen

Enterprise Support Engineer, Atlassian

Jennifer has been supporting Atlassian products for the last four of a 20 year career of helping customers implement complex software solutions. She came to Atlassian as a Confluence support engineer and pivoted into Jira a short time later. While at Atlassian, Jennifer has assisted our largest Enterprise Customers with their deployment and usage of (allthethingsJira) on our Premier Support team. Just shy of two years ago, she became one of the founding members of the Priority Support team. As a Priority Support engineer, Jennifer works tirelessly to make sure that our new Data Center customers are successful in their roll-out and adoption of Jira Data Center.

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Steve King

Senior Product Manager for Enterprise, Atlassian

Steve has been with Atlassian for over 4 years, more recently working on how Atlassian can improve the way customers deploy and manage their Atlassian products in public cloud infrastructure. Over the last decade, Steve has worked on cloud infrastructure programs for large tech companies, and public institutions as well as designing scalable cloud software for enterprise applications like federated search, geospatial applications, collaboration, content management and embedded consumer infrastructure systems. Steve's team is relentlessly pursuing improving the customer experience in managing their infrastructure needs and removing barriers to enterprise scalability.

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Adam Brokes

Principal Developer, Atlassian

Adam is bringing more than 10 years of experience in IT from different deployment environments. He started in Atlassian more than 4 years ago and was part of the Bitbucket and Confluence products. Recently formed a team responsible to make Data Center deployments easier and faster for our customers. Within this time he led improved AWS Quickstart templates and contributed to AWS Aurora, Azure and Docker projects. Adam is always very passionate to improve customer and admin experience and make their life generally easier.