Do you find yourself tasked with administering Atlassian tools on top of the normal duties of your job? Have you ever been faced with an Atlassian question that is out of your wheelhouse? Are you interested in improvement opportunities to configure your instance and architecture to Atlassian best practice standards? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then read on!
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Atlassian's Jira is a powerful tool to promote best practices of internal processes and provide efficiency to development teams within your organization. The powerful nature of the tool is not only with the features offered by Atlassian but with a vast variety of options at your disposal to customize the instance. These customizations can come from the native features and options available as well as the apps brought to you via the Atlassian Marketplace. While these can all be great in building your Jira instance to get the most out of it, they can also have the potential to be detrimental to the health of the instance and negatively affect your organization's teams.
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Are you having trouble managing your Atlassian instances? As tools like Jira become mission-critical to organizations, it's increasingly important that their maintenance is formalized, with dedicated resources who manage the tools. Let's walk through a few of the biggest challenges that we see and how Praecipio Consulting's Managed Services offering can help ease the pain.
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One key component of managing your Atlassian applications is managing their upgrades. Upgrades can present a daunting and significant time investment for many companies, generally involving applications, add-ons, and integrations, with a large number of users dependent on the success
You know what upgrades are and that they're important. So why am I talking to you about them? Imagine the scenario: you're busy, you haven't had a chance to check in on the latest Atlassian security vulnerabilities, and you've missed the email updates based on your subscription.
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2020 has been a roller coaster of a year, and few would have predicted that this year many of us would be working from home and facing some of the most critical challenges of our professional careers. And while this will pass, many leading businesses are taking this time as an opportunity to break away from traditional molds to better position themselves for the next challenge.
Over the past few weeks, we have worked closely with our clients, some of the largest names in their respective industries, to understand where they want to focus their resources to not only weather this storm but also better prepare them for future ones as well. We found that our clients are primarily in need of solutions that keep the business moving forward, connect employees, and control costs.
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For organizations that use the Atlassian product suite, it's critical to decide whether to administer the products in-house. After all, there are significant considerations with infrastructure, networking, product tuning, let alone the configuration of the products. Choosing to engage in a Managed Services agreement can be extremely beneficial. A great Managed Services team can be a great asset and provide tremendous value to any size organization.
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In two recent studies*, 86% of IT organizations are concerned about delivering value to their organization and 80% of an IT department's budget is used in Keeping the Lights On (KTLO). As such, IT organizations are focusing more on the right ways to keep their applications happy and healthy.
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As the holiday season approaches, my family will undoubtedly ask me the same thing they do every year - What do I want? Since I was a little kid, I've always given the same answer to no avail, my request steadfast and unchanging: I want a pony. The likelihood of my receiving a pony this Christmas is still as unlikely as it's ever been, and I ask knowing that I'll be getting pajamas, stationery, and other non-pony related items like every previous holiday. While I repeatedly ask for the pony, the regular maintenance and upkeep (not to mention storage) of a pony is more than I can handle. Believe me, I'd still love a pony for Christmas. My life and schedule might permit some allocated riding time, but I don't have the resources or bandwidth to commit to everything else that goes into pony ownership.