Atlassian’s approach to platform engineering

Platform engineering is quickly becoming a standard in organizations seeking to accelerate development velocity and improve developer experiences. During this webinar we’ll talk about Atlassian’s journey to platform engineering and how we use our own tools to empower our developers.

As software engineering becomes more complex and developers are asked to shoulder an increasing amount of responsibilities, organizations are investing in platform engineering initiatives to enable their teams to run at full speed. 

Join us to learn about our own journey running platform engineering at scale within Atlassian by helping teams with reusability and resiliency of services. We’ll share the lessons we’ve learned about how platform engineering lifts the mental load on developers to empower them to build great software. We’ll also be walking through a tutorial on how Atlassian products support platform engineering teams - from managing component catalogs to readying CI/CD pipelines.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • Why platform engineering is on the rise and how it can accelerate velocity, improve developer experience, and help you save on costs
  • How Atlassian runs platform engineering at scale to help with compliance and lifting the cognitive load on developers
  • How Atlassian products can help set your platform engineering organization up for success
  • Tips on getting started and succeeding with platform engineering initiatives in your organization


Neha Goyal

Senior Engineering Manager, CloudSec, Atlassian

Neha Goyal is a Senior Engineering Manager on the CloudSec team within Atlassian Platform . Her team is dedicated to provide standardized authentication and authorization mechanisms for all Atlassian services. With a tenure of two years at Atlassian, she brings over a decade of experience in platform engineering to her current role.

Edmund Munday

Senior Product Manager, Bitbucket, Atlassian

Edmund Munday is a Senior Product Manager on Bitbucket and is passionate about enabling customers to improve their DevOps practices with CI/CD. He grew up in Tasmania and now calls Melbourne home. Outside of Bitbucket, he is likely to strike up a conversation about government leveraging his double degree in Public Policy and International Relations.

Katie Silver

Principal Product Manager, Compass, Atlassian

Katie is a Principal Product Manager on Compass. She has been at Atlassian for over 9 years, working in business analytics and commerce systems before diving into DevOps. On Compass, she spends her time helping users unleash the power of their catalog data. Outside of work, she volunteers in the neonatal kitten nursery at Austin Pets Alive and hangs out with her cat (Pepper Jack) and dog (Lilo.)