Graffiti and Ink - Differing approaches to near-green and brown field Atlassian implementations

Charlotte
May 16, 2017, 6 p.m.

20 Members RSVP'ed

About this event

There is nothing quite like a new, untouched JIRA or Confluence instance, but given the increased adoption of the suite, it is less and less likely to encounter one. Instead, you’ll likely inherit an existing instance, and those tend to fall into one of two categories. Either the instance is very out-of-the-box with minimal oversight and frequent branching, or the instance is brutally locked down through policy or legacy integrations where one struggles for a meeting to discuss the privilege of working around someone else’s decisions.

While Operations textbooks would refer to these as near-green or brown field implementations, a useful analog is to consider the difference between graffiti and a tattoo, respectively. Each has unique benefits, tradeoffs, and considerations. Both can be great, but both can be terrible. Whether you’re arriving on a team with an existing setup or advising in a consulting role, there are tactics for each that will make your resulting changes effective, sustainable, and maybe even the envy of others.

Speaker

Graffiti and Ink -  Differing approaches to near-green and brown field Atlassian implementations

Michael Patrick Benning

CapTech

Michael Patrick Benning is a digital brand experience consultant at CapTech who is specializes in Jira and Confluence solutions, leading implementation efforts for both green and brown field initiatives. He has designed and implemented solutions for teams ranging in size from ten to several hundred and has extensive experience leveraging Jira as an Agile Product Owner and Scrum Master.

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When

May 16, 2017
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where

Packard Place - The Garage
222 S. Church Street Charlotte, 28202

Group Leaders

Justin Witz

Justin Witz

FRA PlanTools

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Doug Aliff

Doug Aliff

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Michael Benning

Michael Benning

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