Join us for two great talks. There will be pizza, beer, swag and two great door prizes: An Amazon Echo and JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook.
Atlassian Data Center is designed to deliver the two things you need to scale your Atlassian applications – high availability and performance when it matters the most. iTMethods, an Atlassian Solutions Partner, will show you how you can leverage the power of AWS to scale your Atlassian Data Center and mission-critical applications. We will also explain how you can benefit from Elasity - the first productized offering of Managed Atlassian on AWS.
Remote Presentation by Rachel Wright: Top JIRA Administration Mistakes I know I’m not the only JIRA Admin to inherit a messy configuration. The goal of the "Top JIRA Administration Mistakes" presentation is to keep others out of what I call the “JIRA swamp.” Or, if you’re already in it, help dig you out. This session is different – it’s about strategy. It’s recommendations from years of cleaning up horrible JIRA configurations! It’s about what you should do, what you shouldn’t do, and why. Hear the mistakes I made as a JIRA administrator and real examples of problems to avoid. Would you rather your application be an organized, tidy, and trimmed garden or a foggy, contaminated, overgrown swamp?
Phi is an accomplished and experienced business-minded engineer with over 15 years of experience in architecting and deploying mission critical IT services. Phi possesses an array of expertise in the areas of public and private cloud architecture and advanced networking. As an AWS Certified and Cisco Certified Professional, Phi is a trusted leader in delivering and driving business outcomes by leveraging the capabilities of AWS and Atlassian on the journey to digital transformation.
Rachel Wright is an entrepreneur and an Atlassian Certified JIRA Administrator. Rachel also uses Atlassian tools in her personal life for accomplishing goals and tracking tasks. Her first book, the “JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook“, was written in Confluence and progress was tracked in JIRA!